I am sorry you where unable to find a Dr. to help you out. It really is awful how ignorant Dr's are on the subject. For the Dr. to tell you that he would even consider circ on a 6yo for being not retractable that right there tells you he dosnt know about the normal development of the intact penis.
If the dribbling is fixed by squeezing out the urine after going then I can about guarantee it is separation relation and nothing is wrong. Once the sphincter at the tip starts to loosing the dribbling will stop as well.
I am curious though if you realize nothing is really wrong why are you still looking for a Dr? Unless you just want who knows about the intact penis for future issues I wouldnt bother going to Dr's over this and just giving them more money to tell you things you know are not true.
About the steroid cream if you use it it might help now but once you stop if his body isnt ready to retract then it will go right back to its original state once you stop. So you will have put steroids on him for no real reason. Also with the cream it must be used along with stretching for it to work properly and I would be very uncomfortable messing with my ds's penis like that.
I agree with everything she said. You are the mother. You know your sons are normal. Trust yourself.
I agree, as well.
Mama, here is the phone # for Dr. Paul Fleiss, a pediatrician in Calif. who has written an anti-circ book:
I've met him in person, and he's very nice. I'm sure he'd be happy to talk to you.