My son is turning 3 next week and for the past 12mths our regular GP (who has never been incorrect before) has been monitoring our son's penis after we noticed it was rather "narrow" at the tip. After months of us worrying about it, he's now referred us to a Dr Anthony Sparnon, who we're seeing tomorrow, believing he may need a circ for "medical reasons" but i am terrified this surgeon will say he needs to have one.
Our son has NEVER had an infection, problems urinating or any pain at any time (that's he's told us of). The only problem we can see is that his penis "balloons up" when urinating and his urine "sprays out" rather "flows" down. So i am concerned that my partner and i would be doing the wrong thing if we did elect to have the procedure done.
My partner & I don't believe in circ's, unless it's absolutely necessary (medically required). We have no problems with people getting it done and realise it's all personal choice, but for us personally we believe it's fine left intact as long as it's cleaned properly etc.
I've read the posts in this section, and certainly feel like i can speak to the surgeon tomorrow about this in more depth, but has anyone else been in a similar situation to us?
I've got one friends whose son's were circ'd by this surgeon, but i cannot locate any info on this surgeon (who is rather high in the medical field) on the internet, unlike his E.N.T specialist when our son needed grommets, so i think the lack of info is also making me rather terrified.
Looking for suggestions/info, good or bad.