When the child was 8 years old, he underwent foreskin surgery. In recent one year, he found that the glans crest and coronal sulcus showed purple. He was worried that the foreskin squeezed the glans after operation, resulting in abnormal blood supply, which was afraid to affect the development
Hello, I'm glad to serve you. According to your description and clinical symptoms, upload the content shown in the photo. It can be seen that the local blood circulation is normal, and the foreskin is not too tight. The current situation of children is due to their young age, thin skin and shallow subcutaneous capillaries. If the child has no discomfort symptoms, no pain, no itching, no swelling. It is suggested that you can continue to observe. You don't need to mind. If you are really worried, you can take your child to the urology department of the hospital for further physical examination. Clarify the specific situation. If treatment is needed, follow the doctor's advice and then do the corresponding treatment.
A 10-year-old boy has blue and purple behind his glans. This general normal phenomenon is mainly due to the long time of glans congestion after penis erection. This generally has no impact. Usually try not to stimulate the glans and wear loose. It won't affect penis development. If you're worried, you can go to the hospital for a face-to-face diagnosis.
The situation you described is indeed like this. According to the picture, it should be related to the local ischemic symptoms caused by squeezing the glans for a long time, poor blood supply and long-term phimosis. It is suggested to go to the hospital for effective diagnosis and treatment and choose the best treatment scheme under specific circumstances.