Male genitalia disorders in childhood can be caused by a birth defect, a development disorder or an injury. The most common disorders are hypospadias, chordee (penile curvature), epispadias, phimosis and penile adhesions, meatal stenosis, and ambiguous genitalia. There are many treatments available to help correct these disorders, including counseling, medication and surgical procedures. Most patients are able to live a relatively normal life after treatment, though some may experience sexual difficulty in adulthood. A physician specializing in pediatric male genitalia disorders will work with the child's parents to choose the best treatment option available.