Abnormalities In The Urinary Hole And Male Genital Form?
, I am 26 years old, I have a genital abnormality, my hole is underneath and my genitals are down, do I have to get surgery?
Thank you for the question.
Normally, a man's urine hole is located at the tip of the head of the penis. Your condition may refer to hypospadias, which is a birth defect that causes the urinary opening under the penis. Hypospadias that are not treated until adulthood can indeed cause the formation of scar tissue (chordee) which eventually causes the penis to curl to the lower side. Although not dangerous, hypospadias and the crooked shape of the penis can later cause sufferers difficulties during sexual intercourse. Not only that, you can be more difficult to have children because it is more difficult for your sperm cells to enter the uterus during ejaculation.
If the urinary hole is still very close to the tip of the head of the penis, often this condition does not require special treatment. However, if the difference between the location of the urinary hole with the tip of the head of the penis is very far, then this condition must be treated with surgery. Usually, this operation will be more optimal if done at the age of the baby, ie between the ages of 6 to 12 months. However, despite being an adult, this operation can still be done. With proper handling, of course later the obstacles in sexual relations and fertility can be overcome properly. In addition, your confidence will increase due to a better penis shape.
The good, you consult directly with a doctor or a specialist in urology surgery to be given the best treatment related to your condition.
I hope this helps.