"... and the apparent problem eventually disappeared..."

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    • "... and the apparent problem eventually disappeared..."

      Robert D. Martin Ph.D. wrote:

      Without social pressure, most people give little thought to male circumcision
      But questions commonly arise soon after a baby boy is born, when a physician may offer or recommend circumcision. This is what my wife and I experienced with both of our sons, and we decided against circumcision.
      However, when about 10 years old, one son seemingly had difficulty rolling back his foreskin. Our pediatrician warned us that this could lead to phimosis — a medical condition in which the foreskin chokes the penis — and strongly recommended circumcision. Anxiously, we decided to wait and see, and the apparent problem eventually disappeared.
      psychologytoday.com/ca/blog/ho…201810/rites-circumcision

      There is no skin like foreskin