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Experience of hypospadias with chordee

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My son has it too. Fingers crossed he's finally corrected. He's had a rough ride as he developed lots of scar tissue so they had to redo it three times. He also developed a blood clot after a redo of the first stage and Great Ormond Street said he was the first child they've taken back into surgery with a blood clot. He's been very unlucky.

I won't lie the week with the catheter is tough. DS had lots of drugs and they prescribed diazepam which helps with the bladder spasms (and chills him out!). But after the catheter was taken out he made a really speedy recovery. Had to stop climbing trees etc!

Potty training was fine. He couldn't wee standing up until the 2nd correction.

Maisiemoo13 Wed 24-Apr-13 18:58:18

Hypospadius*

Maisiemoo13 Wed 24-Apr-13 18:57:53

Hi I know this was posted January my son was born with hypostasise aswell , let me know if you are still about can give you my experience smile

Noodles77 Sun 27-Jan-13 00:12:20

My ds was born at 28 wks and weighed 1lb4. First thing my SO was told when seeing his son for the first time was that he had hypospadias. Nearly 2 yrs later we have had the first op (at 15m old) to sort out the chordee (straighten it out) and are two weeks away from having the second and hopefully final op. We have been told he will come home with a catheter and all will be fine after that, but would like to hear from parents who have been through this already and what to expect the other side of the op. Can potty training then go ahead, should we expect any talks later on in his life about if he looks different from the other boys?
Have seen one post already on hear about spraying instead of straight peeing but would like a broader view than one person please.
Your help and advise would be most appreciated.

TC
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