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My DS is 7 years old and intact. No problems so far. good luck mama
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......... so much easier because he is intact.
HOWEVER...sometimes i am not sure what is going on with his penis, because i have never had one, so....just dont quite know what is normal.

he spends alot of time diaper free-some of this time, he plays with himself, and then gets an erection, and then starts crying.

i could never figure out what what going on, and then realised that it must have been stretchign his forskin.

The other day, for the first time, he pulled his forskin all the way down, and the tip of his penis was red.

I wasnt sure if this was normal or not. In any case, he seems fine.

How do you know if he has aninfection or not, or whether things are normal or not?

Any tips?
Maya

Hi everyone, still interested in any responses to this post- how do you know when things are normal or not? (babe spend much time diaper free so just wondering if he may me inclined to infections,..or whether his pulling down his foreskin at 21m is normal....

Maya
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Hi everyone, still interested in any responses to this post- how do you know when things are normal or not? (babe spend much time diaper free so just wondering if he may me inclined to infections,..or whether his pulling down his foreskin at 21m is normal....

Maya
Hiya. Yes- that's normal for all kids! No, he won't be inclined to infections just because he is intact.
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