- Choosing Our Center
- Appointments and Referrals
- Specialty Programs
- Ambiguous Genitalia
- Bladder Exstrophy and Epispadias
- Cloacal Exstrophy
- Buried Penis and Chordee
- Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
- Inguinal Hernia and Hydrocele
- Neurogenic Bladder
- Newborn Circumcision
- Penile Adhesions
- Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections
- Renal Stones (Kidney Stones)
- Spina Bifida
- Testicular Torsion
- Urinary Incontinence
- Undescended Testicle (Cryptorchidism)
- UPJ (Ureteropelvic Junction) Obstruction
- Vesicoureteral Reflux (VUD)
- Preparing for a Visit
- Contacts and Locations
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Penile adhesions occur when part of the penis skin is stuck to the head of the penis.
They are present in all uncircumcised boys and usually separate naturally over time.
Some circumcised boys can have adhesions develop after circumcision. Sometimes these may separate on their own, but other times, they have to be separated by a pediatric urologist.
We're here to help.
If your child has been diagnosed, you probably have lots of questions. We can help. If you would like to schedule an appointment, refer a patient or speak to our staff, please call our offices.