Hypospadias is a congenital condition in boys (occurring during development in the womb) where the opening of the urethra (the tube that carries both urine and sperm outside of the body through the penis) is not in its normal position at the tip of the penis, but rather the opening is located on the underside of the penis. 

Surgery will often be necessary to correct your son’s condition. Dr. Robert Mevorach has many years of experience performing the surgical procedure to correct hypospadias with a focus on full reconstruction of the structures that did not fully develop. The success of the surgery to correct hypospadias is high and the outlook for children who undergo the procedure to correct hypospadias is very good, with the majority of cases resulting in a good cosmetic appearance and a fully functioning penis.  


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