The incidence of circumcision tends to be higher where doctors are older and less likely to be up to date with modern medical thinking, or where they come under the influence of powerful circumcision advocates. Tasmania, Western Australia and Victoria have the lowest incidence of circumcision, at around 5 per cent, Queensland has the highest at 20 per cent, and New South Wales the second highest at 15 per cent. Infants born in rural areas are also more likely to be circumcised than those born in a capital city (5). There is no evidence that children in areas where circumcision is more common are healthier than those in areas where circumcision is rare. On the contrary, the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has found that Australian children have become significantly more healthy as the incidence of circumcision has declined.
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 this had indeed occurred. [ citation needed ] Non-retractile prepuce in adolescence is normal, common, and usually resolves with increasing maturity. 
ok that is the right steroid, they recomend %-1% steroid and i also found this
"Ballooning of the foreskin while urinating can be a normal phase of development during childhood. It is not an indication for circumcision. Ballooning is a temporary phenomenon that arises when the foreskin begins to separate from the glans. It speeds the process of separation and disappears when the process is complete."
another option that was mentioned to us is that they can 'stretch' the foreskin under a general aneasthetic, but in most cases the cream works