So I thought my OB botched DS's circ. Turns out she didn't (but she didn't do a great job either). We went to a pediatric urologist and he help detach the skin that was starting to readhere. He also said that he had a ventrical curvature of the penis.
He pushed down on the base of DS's penis and instead of standing straight up, it bent downward a little. He said it's not a big deal, it happens all the time and we'll reevaluate when he's 8-9 months to see if he needs surgery.
I researched this and found a lot of forums when 30 and 40yo men have this surgery because they've always had low self-esteem b/c of it, sex was painful for him or his partner, or had ED.
Anyone else have this or any experience with it? I'd rather not put my baby boy under general anesthesia, but I also want him to have a good quality of life later on.