Not sure how to say this, but regarding wee boys bits?

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  1. MissTortington

    MissTortington Well-Known Member

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    This is going to seem ridiculous.. Really.. But I just have to come out and say it.

    BALLS.

    How big are they meant to be? :| Because Hamish has a huge set on him that properly dangle down and his 18 month older brother's are about a third of the size and... very pert?

    Feel like an idiot asking.. but should I be worried about either of them? :eh:
     
  2. tweetyfoo

    tweetyfoo Well-Known Member

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    I have no idea how big they are supposed to be - as Aaron is the first boy in our family :lol:

    I would say if you are concerned speak to your HV (they will have seen MANY) - or your GP?
     
  3. littlemonkey

    littlemonkey Well-Known Member

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    Like everything in life, they come in all shapes and sizes so I wouldn't worry to be honest!

    Has he had his six week check yet? They get the once over during this so ask of you're concerned or ask your HV.
     
  4. CARNAT22

    CARNAT22 Well-Known Member

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    James' always seemed big to me, also he has quite a big willy!!!

    I had to ask MIL if it was normal (she is a nurse and mother of 5 boys) she didn't think he was that well endowed :roll:

    If in any doubt about anything ask HV hun

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  5. MissTortington

    MissTortington Well-Known Member

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    The funny thing is, I'm more concerned for my oldest! Hamish has had his bits scrutinised by a few doctors because his foreskin is a bit tight, he has to go back and see a specialist in case they need to do anything to fix it. =/ No one has said anything about his bits being too big or otherwise abnormal. It's just that they actually look like.. well, a proper mans pair of dangly bits! Where my oldest just sort of has.. a lump under his peep? :| So was thinking of asking the doctor/HV if his should have dropped down a little?
     
  6. Lolly85x

    Lolly85x Well-Known Member

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    I agree they all come in all shapes and sizes... There no harm in asking if there okay!xx
     
  7. toni64539

    toni64539 Well-Known Member

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    Mrstortington, my two boys are the same, eldest son a third of the size of his "little" brothers haha, but I'm sure they are both fine, apparently they tend to "move up and down" until they're about 4 when they find a comfy place haha
     
  8. clairebear22

    clairebear22 Well-Known Member

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    Both my boys were 'lucky' shall we say at birth. Jack's were bigger than Harry's are but were the right size for his frame by 18 months or so. Harry's are still massive but I'm expecting them to even out eventually. My poor Jack pees to the right and quite often pees on my feet when he's standing naked waiting for his bath to run lol. All the men apart from my BIL on OH's side have been circumcised due to medical reasons. Jack's never had any problems so fa and I'm hoping Harry will be fine too.
     
  9. MissTortington

    MissTortington Well-Known Member

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    haha, Well thank you guys that's really reassuring :) You can't help but worry I guess, especially never having had them myself I don't really know what normal is! ;)
     
  10. Jajis

    Jajis Well-Known Member

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    Haha, sorry, this made me giggle - Alex is the first boy in my side of the family so me and my Mum have spent many nappy changes discussing the poor boy :lol: I swear his change size - sometimes they look massive and dangle down, and other times they shrink right up so there's just a tiny lump there - I think it just depends how warm / cold he is. If you're worried then I'd just ask your HV, like another poster said, I'm sure they've seen plenty and will be able to reassure you :)
     
  11. ChloeNat

    ChloeNat Well-Known Member

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    This thread makes me thankful I have a little girl with no dangly bits :lol:
     
  12. Hunnie

    Hunnie Well-Known Member

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    Hahaha tell me about it!!!! I just couldn't face having a little boy - I wouldn't know where to start haha, at least with girls it's familiar territory hahaha x
     
  13. tambo1976

    tambo1976 Well-Known Member

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    Having had both I can safely say that I find boys far easier! Girls have to many nooks and crannies to clean out when they have a sloppy poo lol

    I've had 3 boys and they have all had different size and shape willies and balls :blush:

    Tapatalking so can't see sigs or click thanks!
     

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