Conditions with symptom: 'constant urination'
Hey, I have just turned 14 and my foreskin is still tight, when it is erect it can't really retract ,only a little ( I can see just past my my urination hole when I pull my foreskin back, but it won't go anymore because its too tight) I'm really worried! Will it loosen up soon so I can pull it all the way back when I have an erection ? If not, what will I have to do so it can ? Thanks! PLEASE HELP!
The foreskin starts sealed to the glans, just like your nail to the nail bed. It's probably not too tight, just still sealed as it takes anything up to 18 before it fully unseals. Don't try to force it as you can hurt yourself and introduce infection (have you ever broken a nail? If you've experienced that pain it's a similar thing, if you haven't ask anyone who has how bad it feels!) If it hasn't fully retracted when you're 18 or causing you problems then speak to your GP, but you're still young and there's still time.
Don't panic Mason, you are not alone and 14 is still quite young. Don't try and force it back. When you take a bath the warm water will soften the skin. Try retracting your foreskin then. Eventually it will start to move more. However, it could take a few months or years even to be fully retractable. Just chill out and be patient. Let us know how you get on as it may help other lads.
Hi I'm 16 and I used to have infections due to tight foreskins but now I can pull it back. However I have a lump that is on one side of the dick slit. Is it due to the constant pulling of the foreskin when I was younger? Or isit something else. Please help in really worried
Hi Tim. Very difficult to assess your situation without a visual examination. Parts of a penis head can look a bit ugly with the foreskin pulled back. I suggest that you go to your doctor and get checked out. It will take 5 minutes...just be sensible and go for it.
my 4 year old daughter suffers with a constant stomach pain, sometimes it gets worse but she says she has it all the time, she doesnt have constipation or vomiting but does get very sore arround her bum. my doctor is useless and just gave her laxatives , any ideas
my daughter is 2 an half ive had constant problems with her stools since she was born she is always pushing in her belly and saying its sore she has not gained no weight from being 5months old,her stomach is always bloated an she either has diarhea or constapation,she also sleeps alot and i have not got antwere in 2 years frm goin to my g.p can anybody help?
Hi My son is now 7 hes was diagnosed at just under 18 months - the "bloated" stomach is a sign that it common in younger children with Cd. If i was you id go to your GP and ask for a blood test and see the dietician thats attatched to your surgery, its very hit and miss getting sorted in our case one hospital said my son was in so much pain due to teething...6 weeks later at a diferent hospital he was admitted and seen by a consultant within 72 hrs hes now a happy little boy who as he gets older is learnnig more and more about his condition
Im a 39 yr old male and in a good relationship but at the back of the head of my penis there is a sore filled with fluid and is sore when the fore skin is fully forward and feels like a friction burn and a constant pain when touched
My daughter is 9.5 years old and also tip toe walks. Its not as noticeable when she wears shoes however when bear footed it is constant. The thing is she now walks funny and they kind of slap when she walks and she has these weird bony lumps. they kind look like bunions but are in the middle side of the foot, so look more like sticky out bones. I have too taken her to the doctor at 5 and was told shed grow out of it. Its frustrating because walking when bear footed looks really awkward fro her :/
All parents concerned about their child's walking are usually right to be concerned, since they know their child best. It's true many children will grow out of problems as they develop, but who are the ones that will, and who won't? - and that is the real question for parents and healthcare professionals. I would imagine there are few if any GP's that would put their hand up and say they were confident in assessing pathological paediatric gait patterns, so here's a big tip...If someone tells you your child 'will walk out it' ask them these questions "What is the pathological features of my child's gait?", "what functional limitations does my child have?" "what are the developmental milestones that will show my child is improving?" and if the person sitting in front of you cannot answer them you are talking to the wrong person. Seek an immediate referral to the paediatric physiotherapists with the input of a paediatric podiatrist for foot supports. From your brief descrption I would guess she has metatarsus adductus and this can be helped. With children it is always better to see them as young as possible (i.e. when you thin there is a problem).
My son is 5 yrs old and fully pee trained since age 2 but we r having a constant flow of pooh all day every day. He doesn't seem too bad in the mornings but gets worse through the day. I did get to see a pedatrician but all they did was reccommend regular laxatives if he gets blocked up which doesn't do anything imo. I make him sit on the loo 2 or 3 times a day and he does pooh every time but still soils his pants in between. He doesn't seem to realise he is doing it either as he will ask me to check him. It is so tiring and feel like i am constantly cleaning pooh and washing pants and spraying air freshener. I am at breaking point!. 😭 Beginning to think the doctors don't know what causes it but there seems to be alot of us in the same boat.
Hi, my son is 3 and has had 3 ear infections, which is was prescribed antibiotics for. The doctors said one of his ears has a lot of wax build up and is quite scared. I asked to be referred to a ear nose throat specialist in which they done a pressure test on his ears, they stated there was nothing wrong. His last infection was 2 months ago but complains of ear pain constantly although there is no infection, he has complained for around a year and a half now but can't seem to get to the bottom of it, he constantly rubs it and crys that both his ears hurt. What could be the problem? My doctor just gives him anti biotics but I don't see why he has constant ear pain. Thanks
I'd find a new dr. Can you go to a ear, nose and throat specialist? My guess is the scarring is causing more issues.
My daughter is now 13 and has had a toilet problem since i can remember, i have tried everything with her and tried to figure out why she poo's her knickers, i have tried the bribes, praises and the taking things away stuff but nothing works. When she was little i would see her standing in a corner tensing when she wanted a poo, she would cross her legs and hold it in. When she discovered i knew what she was doing she would hide and push me away, i used to take her to the toilet and make her sit for 5 mins but this never worked either,. She was under a specialist for about 3 years who just gave her movicol and whatever other laxative they have (she has tried them all), she has been tested for coeliac, liver & kidney problems, she has had dye put in her to find any blockages and has been in hostpital twice to try help but everything is negitive and "nothing wrong", the specialist said she will have to be on laxatives for years and eventually it will go, she soils herself everyday, she smells really bad everyday and goes through 3 pairs of knickers a day, it's not a full lump of poo in her knickers, it's the bits that seep out form the sides (as the doctor said)the main part of it is what the cant get out and the last time i saw "the main part" she was 4. I took her off the medicine as she would gip and often be sick (have these doctors tasted Movicol, it is like eating powdered salt, she now has constant belly and head ache, always wants to go to sleep and is at least a foot shorter than all her friends, she cant stomach any medicine other than calpol. I have considered her seeing a child physiatrist as it may be in her head and may have a fear of going to the toilet, i have spoken to my daughter openly about her problems and she is scared to go but also said she can't go. I'm constantly back & forth with this and have not had an answer to her problem in the 13 years she has had this problem. All i can say at the moment is i dont think there is an answer to this, if it cant be treated with medicine or treatment then doctors dont know what to do. She has been trying hard to sit on the toilet when she feels it's coming out but always says it goes back up, i have bought her some senokot which she said she doesnt mind having but because it makes her runny she wont have it, laxatives dont make the child go to the toilet they make it worse, even though it's soft and pain free she still wont go.
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