Well, it is the case that we can't quite visualise what the problem is at present unless you can provide more detail than "all wrong" and "crooked". I would suggest that the most important thing is side-to-side symmetry, and it is the first expectation of this sort of surgery that they at least get that correct. Having the top and bottom "match" is a much greater "ask" because the presence of the frænulum means that they do not normally match in any case.
And regarding the matter of affecting the way you pee, this is nothing more than a normal part of development that by having a non-retractile foreskin as a child, you have missed out on until now. Whilever the foreskin has an "acroposthion" - the "nipple" of foreskin extending beyond the glans, then that
serves to smoothly shape the urine stream. When on the other hand, the foreskin is completely retracted behind the meatus (pee hole), then the meatal "lips" direct the stream with considerable precision The problem
arises when you have the foreskin - whether during normal development or
as a consequence of surgery - only partially
covering the meatus, in which case it pretty much randomises the stream.
to all these concerns you should have already learned by reading
back through the discussion board here - we actually prefer not
to work by individual question and answer because it has already been answered
over and over again. You need to stretch
the foreskin opening so that you can easily retract it to pee. You may well - probably do in fact - need to stretch your frænulum as well because even if it was
cut as part of this procedure, this does not necessarily as a number of other posters have pointed out in earlier threads, effectively and reliably and comfortably
serve to lengthen it any more than the procedure you presently describe, reliably loosens the foreskin opening.
In fact, the reason I
would agree with the proposition that you have been treated quite incompetently, is not that the surgery was uneven, nor even that you were misled when told, exactly
as your friend (whose worst "mishap" being not the original accident, but encountering the wrong surgeon) was, that surgery was necessary when it clearly was not
, but the very
worst failure of medical competence was that it was not explained to you that you would need to undertake a stretching regime in addition to
the surgery, in order for it to actually be successful.
Your task now, is to read all the instructions that we have given in previous threads, and to implement
the stretching. Surely you must
have "twigged" to the fact that surgery was neither
necessary nor appropriate for the problem in the first place, nor could it be any more appropriate to repair the initial damage. Unless and until you fully comprehend that, we
cannot really help you.