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~*Have more than you show, speak less than you know*~
My friend who is pregnant with a boy was on a different forum and came across someone talking about someone who said that a doctor claimed that the underside of a the child's penis is attached too close to the testicles and that he would need a circumcision to fix that or else his penis will curve. What is that? Is that even real? Or did the doctor just make something up?
That's so stupid and incompetent she should go undercover and wear a wire into the next appointment to get the guy drummed out of the caring arts.
|Boys can be born with a webbed penis, or the condition can result from an over-exuberant circumcision where adhesions form between the scrotal skin and the penile skin. Webbed penis usually causes no problems (unless a routine circumcision is later performed).|
|When traction is applied to the skin at the base of the penis, the web can more clearly be seen. Routine circumcision is contraindicated in this case as it may lead to the penis becoming trapped behind a scarred, tent-like fold of skin.|
Thanks for the responses. I knew the when she told me that it sounded kind of fishy. But then again isnt it illegal for a doctor to lie, so in effect cant that doctor go to jail for the information he is distributing out?
This world is ripe with chaos and this chaos doesn't even make sense!
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