Sadly my son is circumcised, we did not "choose" any type of style but ended up with LOTS of foreskin left which I am glad about. It has readheared to the glans and covers all of the glans most of the time unless he's playing with it. Were letting it become retractable like a normal boy who is intact. I've recently wondered if he was done this way because DH went with them to do the procedure. I wondered if the doc was uncomfortable with what he was supposed to do since another man was standing there. I've also wondered if the doc was anti circ and trying to leave him as much as possible, however, i'm sure this is not the case.
This topic of choosing a style is really sad. Just leave your boys alone! Maybe it will dispell the whole looking like dad arguement though if there are different styles and trends with the times.
My friend has one twin who has bad adheasions and she didnt know not to rip it either. Her ped never said anything to her but when I noticed he had adheasions I told her not to do it. She said she asked her doctor after and she agreed. What the heck? She couldnt tell her that before?! Poor baby! At least she found out when he was only about 6 weeks old and hasnt done it since. Still, he has very bad adheasions and obvious scar tissue (I'm not sure how to describe it but its like instead of it just simply being attached like an intact baby, you can see a thick layer of scar tissue under it and poking out where the foreskin ends).
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