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Do you have a son and think you'll have it easy when they enter puberty? Don't be so sure. It's true that boys start puberty later than girls but they go through just as many physical and emotional changes. Although my son is not quite 10, I'm already thinking about what he'll need to know before he turns He stopped undressing in front of me long ago and he already has some angst. I chalk this up to a 'boy thing' but secretly hope he's not an early bloomer. Boys typically enter puberty between years old. Erections in class and wet dreams are often the things people associate with boys and puberty. It's not just about that. There are other important things happening to a boy's body during puberty but we may as well get the penis stuff out of the way first up.
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Join now to personalize. It seems that my 2 year old is having an erection quite often and does not like it. Is this normal? Answer this question. My 2 year old has had this happen twice. His tummy seemed fine and I thought maybe he was getting diaper rash and needed changed. Low and behold he had quite the erection. He cried and cried until it went away. I asked DH about it when he got home and he said at that age it probably stretches the skin and probably hurts a bit, or maybe gets caught at an odd angle in his diaper. Cliche'ish enough, he suggested we put a cold wet washcloth on it the next time it happens to make it go away faster.

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In newborns, often there is no apparent reason — it could just be the air hitting their genitals when you change them, or perhaps their bladder is full, and they need to urinate. However, no one wants to see this at the dinner table or the park either. Not all little boys find erections pleasurable. Some kids are frightened by the change in their penis or find it uncomfortable or painful, especially if the erection is quite strong and lasts for a while. Most erections are normal and harmless in children and go down by themselves fairly quickly with no issues. However, there are a few instances when it might be something more serious. If the erections are particularly painful and prolonged, it could be a condition called priapism which usually only occurs in adult men or boys aged five to ten years who have a disease such as leukaemia or trauma to their penis or pelvis often from child abuse. If left untreated, it can result in permanent erectile or penile dysfunction. I am sick of being a part of it. Family Health Truth time: How and when should parents talk to kids about sex and puberty?

Join now to personalize. It seems that my 2 year old is having an erection quite often and does not like it. Is this normal? Answer this question. My 2 year old has had this happen twice. His tummy seemed fine and I thought maybe he was getting diaper rash and needed changed. Low and behold he had quite the erection. He cried and cried until it went away. I asked DH about it when he got home and he said at that age it probably stretches the skin and probably hurts a bit, or maybe gets caught at an odd angle in his diaper.

Cliche'ish enough, he suggested we put a cold wet washcloth on it the next time it happens to make it go away faster. If your son has been circumcised, this often leads to uncomfortable erections. One reason that the foreskin of the penis is there is to provide a bit of skin to allow the penis to stretch comfortably during erections; when the foreskin is removed there is no skin left to accommodate the growth of the penile tissue, making the erection very tight and painful.

It can sometimes lead to tearing and bleeding, too. Many doctors remove too much of the foreskin during circumcision, rendering the problem irreversible without foreskin restoration. Other doctors are now leaving a larger portion of the foreskin behind, which will allow less painful erections. Unfortunately, if your boy is circumcised, all you can do is wait until your boy's skin loosens on its own before the erections stop bothering him.

I just noticed my 3yr old having erections this weekend and got freaked out. After reading answers on the community board, i've realized its normal for boys his age. Thank God!. His pediatrician tried to tell me that it was just because I was used to raising girls. That is was all normal despite that pain he had every time he had the erection We were sent to the e. The tube allowing the bladder to drain was too narrow. Apparently it runs in our family.

I put him to bed and while we were reading a bedtime story I noticed he kept putting his hands down there. I asked him what was wrong and he said that his wee wee was too big. I told him it would go away and we finished reading and he fell asleep. About 2 hours later I was just about to fall asleep when my son woke up screaming and claiming that his wee wee hurt and that he has to go potty.

Thankfully it was daddy to the rescue with a cold ice pack to make the erection go away, and he was able to go potty. Apparently this is normal as my story is the same as many others on this post. Thank you Baby Center, I don't know what I would do without you!!. My soon to be 3 yr old started this about 1 month ago. At first he would say it hurt and wanted to know what was happening. I explained that it is normal and it happens to all boys. He asked if it would go down, I said it would go down on its own. For the first two weeks it went that way, but then he didn't mention it.

I did see him touching himself in the past two weeks and when I asked if he needed to go potty, he said no, but that his peepee was big and he was waiting for it to go down. I asked if it still hurt, he said no. So I guess he has realized he just needs to deal with it. Recent questions in Sleep for Toddlers Stresses of Sleeping. How to get my month-old to stop screaming at night?

Revert back to crib after toddler bed? See all in Sleep for Toddlers. Today I was reading to my son before his nap and he suddenly pulled down his shorts and he had a erection. He was playing with it and said it hurt. I just told him that it will go away, but he needs to not play with it.

He was curious of course and kept looking at it, but it did finally go down and he went to sleep. I've noticed lately that he's been pulling at himself through his pants and taking his pants off too, and now I know why.

I'm thinking this is quite normal, though. They are just more aware of what's going on with their bodies and can tell us what hurts. It's a good opportunity to teach them when it is and isn't appropriate to touch themselves.

My 5 yo son occasionally has erections and he has had them since he was a baby. He has never ever complained that it hurts. He is intact not circumcised. Boys are born perfect and altering their genitals is harmful in the long term. Reason for reporting Offensive or inappropriate materials Spamming or advertising Vulgarity or profanity Personal attack Invasion of privacy Copyright infringement. Cancel Submit. Ask a question. Featured video. New to BabyCenter? Join now. Password Forgot your password?

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