can any one tell me why my penis head is like this

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  1. 3ch0

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    dang...dude...i am surprised to see a malformed piss hole...sorry for slang...no doctor but i think a visit to a urologist is in order...but i suspect it works and that is what matters...are you cut or un cut?...and also i suspect you spray a large area when you urinate??...
     
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    Uncut bro, and all in working order, and yeah lol, it sprays like a fountain
    and goes all over the place, do you really think i need to see a urologist ?
     
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    depends on if you are worried/fear of future problems...by now you have seen a doctor for other things...next visit show your reg doctor...if he is concerned then yes move on to a urologist...but know correction may mean surgury...yeah i know it hurts me to think of it also...but modern methods exist...a minor fix may mean normal function as in look and feel...i would make an appt and get it attended to...are you embarrased by the look?...and do you piss on the floor or shoes when you stand to urinate??...if so there you go...
     
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    lol yh i piss all over the place and the gf is sick and tired of all the mess
    also i'm starting to get stinging sensations now - i believe its called
    hypospadias, thanks to google i'm not embarrassed by it at all, but i noticed
    i was different to others and if the docs seen one hes seen them all IMO, i think i will make an appointment to see the doc
     
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    Hi 3ch0,

    It's hard to be sure from one pic, but it looks like a kind of arrested development to me. Usually, the two sides of the glans grow together and fuse. It seems that hasn't happened in your case. I don't know what the medical term for that is. (Unless it's hypospadias, maybe.)

    I met a guy with a similar cock once, in fact his was a bit more extreme than yours. It was in a situation where he was exposed and I couldn't help but notice his cock was different. That caused him to get aroused and well, I found out that it functioned perfectly. :smile:

    Which is what matters, really, isn't it?

    The guy I met didn't let it hold him back. If you're going to be monogamous it shouldn't matter to your partner. If you try promiscuity some people might have an issue with it, but others will be intrigued.

    Also, it looks like you have two frenulums (frenula?) That's a hot spot, maybe you get twice the pleasure of most guys.

    Personally, I'd be wary of glans surgery. There's a lot of nerves there you'll want to keep!
     
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    It's a mild case of hypospadias. Yes it can be corrected and though the surgery is a bit involved (it can, however, be done under a local), it can result in a perfectly normal looking and functioning penis. If you're an American then it will be covered under insurance.

    Yet again it's shocking that boys grow-up with these problems yet nobody ever tells them there is a problem. There's a definite tendency to deny that men can ever have something congenitally wrong with their penis and it's an entirely cultural taboo. It's ridiculous. Ask your dad or mom about what they were told when you were young. If no doctor caught that then you need to see better doctors though again, if you're American and escaped circumcision, it's likely because of that very problem.

    I urge you to get a consult with a urologist, not a general practitioner. A urologist can examine you and then you'll have all the possible options open to you. You can decide to get the surgery or do nothing, but at least you'll know what your options are and just what the situation is.
     
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    Looks to me to be a simple case of the foreskin being fused to the glans. Your foreskin detached from the glans as it should except for those two spots. A doctor should be able to correct this.
     
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    Totally consult a physician for a real diagnosis, but that looks exactly like hypospadias, like jason_els said. It's not uncommon and it's not really a problem except aesthetically. Hypospadias is becoming increasingly common in countries with heavy pesticide use - something about pesticides being estrogenergic and affecting the development of secondary male sexual characteristics.

    Take home story: There is nothing wrong with your penis. Hypospadias is not common, but it's not unique to you either. For a real diagnosis see a doctor, but there's nothing wrong with your penis so getting it "fixed" is a purely aesthetic choice.
     
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    yah brah, i would see a urologist fersure. i am not a doc or anything, but i think the only issue you might have is only cosmetic
     
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    I think it might be hypospadias, too, but I also think if I were in your shoes, I'd follow the advice of others here and see a urologist. Preferably several, in order to get different opinions.

    NCbear (who pisses and comes from a urethral opening about 1.5 cm down from the tip on the underside of his shaft--glad everything works! :biggrin1:)
     
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    Yup, quite a bit the same here. Nothing wrong with you at all; you have simple hypospadias, a common condition where the meatus (piss slit, or opening of your urethra) appears on the underside of the head or shaft, rather than right at the tip. It's been theorized that this occurs because of a lack of testosterone surge at a particular point in pregnancy, though it's also been speculated that it might be hereditary to some extent.

    Current estimates are that about 1 in 300-500 males have some form of natural hypospadias. Hypospadias can be "glanular" (with the opening occurring anywhere on the underside of the glans) or it can be more "severe" as some call it, with the opening occurring on the shaft, below the glans. In many males with glanular hypospadias, such as you and me, there is a "pocket" or false opening that is a remnant of where the body was originally building the tissue to place the meatus at the end.

    When I was younger, I was self-conscious about my meatus and didn't want anyone to see it up close. This is probably why I delayed any kind of sexual contact until I was in my mid-20's.

    There is nothing wrong with hypospadias, per se, though it might mean (as in my case) that there are other urethral or bladder developmental issues to be on the alert for.

    There is also a condition called epispadias, in which the urethral opening is slightly on the topside of the glans. This is far less common.

    For my part, I can only say I'm used to what I've got and consider it normal for me. I cannot really imagine what it would be like to urinate or cum through the end of my glans -- it would freak me out slightly to imagine a tube running the entire length of my cockhead. So, pretty happy with what I've got. I hope you are, too.
     
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    Yes, if you were born that way it is hypospadias. It's said to increase the risk of urinary tract infection, but if you've got this far without them, then that's not a big issue, and they can be treated. Some guys with it find that stimulating the inside is erotic, and some people will delight in making use of that fact for you, with their tongues. It hasn't been reported to cause any problem in any kind of intercourse.

    If you can put up with the messy urination, the main issue is how you feel about it. You could look on the positive side: it's unique and interesting, a conversation piece.

    If you get it surgically "repaired", they use the foreskin, which you may prefer to keep.
     
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    my brother had the same thing and he had to have a bit of painless surgery
    i would do it right away, it can completely grow over your piss hole no joke
     
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    Just because something looks different doesn't mean that it is a bad thing nor does it imply that it is unattractive. I think your cock looks hot because of its uniqueness.
     
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    I was born with what I believe was fairly mild Hypospadias and had a series of operations to try and correct it, as was fashionable at the time. It's not an uncommon problem, affecting roughly one in a hundred males, and I'd advise against surgery unless it's really a big issue for you. When I had my operations I was too young to have a choice in the matter and, in the light of subsequent experience, I'm not entirely convinced they were as beneficial as they might have been. If I'd had a choice in the matter I think it's probably fair to say, without any injustice to those who decided for me, that I'd have passed up on the surgery.
     
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    You have hypospadias and it doesn't look that bad. Most doctors don't want to mess with it unless it interferes with reproduction or intercourse. If I were you I would leave it alone unless you have one of those problems or pain. I knew a guy in college who had the problem. He said it really made the girls interested. Surgery there is painful and often unsuccessful an makes a bigger mess. You just have a unique piece there.
     
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