The term used for this is incomplete foreskin.Usually there is no concern about this except that there is a higher incidence of male infants with this kind of foreskin who also have a condition called hypospadius where the opening of the urethra,usually at the tip of the penis,opens lower down on the shaft of the penis. Your baby does not seem to have this problem, but just to be sure it would be best if he was checked by a paediatric urologist.
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