INFANT CIRCUMCISION and SKIN BRIDGES
To use a description that I had read in a letter at your site, the
foreskin isn't completely off the "edge/rim" of the glans of my sixteen-month
old son's penis. The distinction I want to make is that he has been
circumcised. Through the age of eight months, I would, occassionally,
gently separate the foreskin and glans. During the past several months,
the two have adhered, as described above. I can no longer attempt the
separation, due to his discomfort. Can I expect them to separate, as
would normally occur in an uncircumcised male? I can practice manipulation
at his bath time, but I don't know if it will slowly reverse the adhesion
process. I would appreciate any further information you may have.
please go to http://www.male-initiation.net/adhesions.html
you are describing skin bridges, gentle manipulation will only cause
pain please read the above file and follow links to skin bridges ...
a small operation is necessary.