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For those of you who were here for my whole ballinitis thing...Sam is now totally fine. Everything cleared up and it hasn't come back. he has been very excited to play with his foreskin all the time, but he prefers to pull it forward than push it back at all. We can see that he is still very tight, but we're not concerning ourselves with it. His urine stream is just fine like it has always been, so he is just taking him time to fully retract (to retract at all).<br><br>
So that is it. Wanted to thank everyone again for the support a few weeks ago and let you know that he seems to be A-OK.
 

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Good to hear from you Erica! I'm glad to hear that Sam is doing so well. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/thumb.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="thumbs up"><br><br>
Take care,<br>
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I'm glad to hear it as well although we've seen enough that we don't get too concerned any more. So far, the results have all been just like yours, just fine!<br><br>
Little boys do pull outward. That's normal. Sometime usually around 6-8 years old, they will start pulling back. No one knows why they do that. They do not have to be told to, they just do it. Must be Mother Nature telling them.<br><br><br><br>
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It is certainly fascinating to us to watch the whole experience. I think it freaks DH out a little just because it looks like he is pulling it soooooo far that it looks like it will hurt, but we also know that we as people (at least as young people) do not intentionally do things that hurt ourselves.
 
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