Hypospadias: How We Treat

How is hypospadias treated?

Surgery is required to help the urethra exit at the tip of the penis. The goal is to create a straight penis with the opening at the tip. Surgery usually takes place when the child is between 3 months to 12 months of age. It is not unusual for a child to need a second stage repair, especially for the more severe forms of this condition.

Why choose Children's Hospital Colorado for your child's hypospadias?

Children's Hospital Colorado has a team of experienced pediatric urologists who treat patients with hypospadias frequently. We work in a dedicated operating room, specifically designed for children. Because we believe that outcomes are of primary importance, we are continuously updating our success rate for patients with hypospadias, and make this information available to all patients.