My son was born in 1997, and I elected not to have him circumcised.
He confided in me that he has recently become sexually active with his girlfriend. While talking about the use of condoms, the risk of pregnancy and disease, and the emotional connectedness that sex brings, I asked him if his foreskin had retracted yet. He said it didn't. So I took him to the pediatrician to have a check-up.
Today she said he'd probably have to have a circumcision, and referred us to a pediatric urologist. That appointment is three weeks away.
I'm reading that 90% of boys' foreskins retract by the time they reach puberty on one website, and 45% by age 14 on another. I don't know whether to trust the pediatrician and urologist, or do my own research--seems that nobody knows what to do with an intact penis these days! Who knew I'd have THIS problem on the other end?