Hypospadius means that the urethra [the tube carrying urine through the shaft of the penis] opens in a place other than the normal tip of the penis. Hypospadius does not mean that the penis is small. In any case most times when the penis appears to be small it grows normally as the child gets older. I cannot imagine why your baby was given these injections which I presume was a hormone called testosterone. Now your baby has signs of what is called precocious puberty. He needs to be seen by a paediatric endocrinologist as soon as possible. There are experts in all the main centres in SA.
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