According to some accounts, phimosis prevented Louis XVI of France from impregnating his wife for the first seven years of their marriage. She was 14 and he was 15 when they married in 1770. However, the presence and nature of his genital anomaly is not considered certain, and some scholars (such as Vincent Cronin and Simone Bertiere) assert that surgical repair would have been mentioned in the records of his medical treatments if it had indeed occurred. [ citation needed ] Non-retractile prepuce in adolescence is normal, common, and usually resolves with increasing maturity. 
So by doing research I see piano adhesions are very common.. If I would of known all this could happen by getting my son circumcised I probably would of never got it done just because daddy wanted it to look like his..my son got circumcised when he was 3 weeks old and after I was never told to pull skin back or anything till resently I did on my own.. Come to find out it didn't look normal so I took him to see his uralogist they painfully pulled back all his adhesions because they said that was the only thing I could do or do it myself at home which I could not...so now just 2 days later after the doc telling me to apply ointment 2 times a day for 3 days then stop putting ointment an just push back once before bed every night to make sure there is no adhesions... He already had one!!! After 2 days.. ;( I did get the steroid cream and was wondering if it really worked because it upsets my stomach having to do it myself
Another evolutionary theory of penis size is female mate choice and its associations with social judgements in modern-day society.   A study which illustrates female mate choice as an influence on penis size presented females with life-size, rotatable, computer generated males. These varied in height, body shape and flaccid penis size, with these aspects being examples of masculinity.  Female ratings of attractiveness for each male revealed that larger penises were associated with higher attractiveness ratings.  These relations between penis size and attractiveness have therefore led to frequently emphasized associations between masculinity and penis size in popular media.  This has led to a social bias existing around penis size with larger penises being preferred and having higher social status. This is reflected in the association between believed sexual prowess and male penis size and the social judgement of penis size in relation to 'manhood'.