DRAWSTRING EFFECT DEVELOPS = SKINBRIDGE
I am researching phimosis and am wondering if you could assist me.
My son is seven (just). His foreskin does not retract at all. Not even
the tip of his penis is visible. There is a drawstring effect of the
foreskin. If he tries to retract it, he says it hurts. I remember that
it used to retract a long time ago though. Please advise as to whether
this is something I should be concerned about, or if he is one of those
boys that will bloom late, as they say.
I advised that I`d never heard of a frenulum breve developing (unless
it rips) maybe it could be skin bridge
Thanks for the info. I suppose you could say that he was sexually active
at one point, he was molested. That's the main reason that I keep an
eye out for long term physical damage. He wasn't given a medical exam
at the time, so it's hard to tell. The isolated instances that I recall
him pulling it all the way back, he said it stung real bad, so there
might be scarring. Also, he has a pretty fat seam up the underside
of the tip of his penis.