Foreskin development before adolescence in schoolboys. - Teens foreskin
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All boys are born with a covering (foreskin) over the tip of the penis. Other boys are not circumcised and may have skin that covers the tip of the penis. An uncircumcised teen should retract or pull back the foreskin and clean underneath it daily. The penis, the outer reproductive organ of the male, consists of 2 parts—the shaft and the glans. In an uncircumcised boy, the foreskin will begin to separate from the glans, or the tip of the penis. As an adolescent, the uncircumcised male should retract, or pull back, the.