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... The penis forms as one organ and at birth the foreskin is usually fused to the glans like a fingernail to its finger. So there is no cavity for germs and dirt to collect in until it separates naturally later, at an average age of 10. ... (6 replies)
... to "exercise" his penis foreskin so it wouldn't happen. ... (6 replies)
... if the foreskin is partially fused am I able to pull it back or does a doctor need to do this (6 replies)

... I did not have my son circumsised and the instructions with were to pull it back to clean it but not to force it. The foreskin is actually fused to the head of the penis and it stays fused for longer in some children. ... (13 replies)
... When the penis is formed in the womb it is all as one organ. At birth the foreskin is nearly always fused to the glans. There is no cavity under the foreskin at this stage and therefore nowhere for germs or smegma to collect. ... (3 replies)
... of cases the foreskin is fused to the glans as firmly as a fingernail to a finger. ... (13 replies)
... That is true. The reason they say not to retract the foreskin is that it's usually still attached to the head. ... (19 replies)
... hen the Dr has to peel it back. I try to keep it from sticking to him..each time I change his diaper I pull it back...but, it still gets to the point where it is fused to the head. ... (18 replies)




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