My sons visible dick

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Information on the congenital condition called buried penis. The penis is wrapped in a sheath of skin. Usually, the skin is evenly distributed around the entire penis, down to the scrotum. However, some boys are born with skin that unevenly covers the penis. There is less skin on the part of the penis closest to the scrotum. This is called a buried penis.

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His dad is worried, she begins. Is it too small? Is something wrong? Most of the time, everything is perfectly normal. But what most of those boys have in common is their physique: They tend to be overweight. Questions about penis size have become more common over the past decade, as my colleagues and I have all seen more overweight children coming in for physical exams. And these worries reflect cultural preoccupations and anxieties, which can make the conversation highly fraught for all concerned.

Buried penis in children

Does your baby or toddler seem to be missing his penis? Your son may have buried penis syndrome, a condition where a child's penis is hidden by the uneven distribution of skin and fat in the pubic area. Does it look like a minuscule knob, or does it seem hidden in fat and skin? It usually happens in infants. A buried penis is the partial or complete concealment of the penis beneath the scrotum or excess skin or fat in the genital area.
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