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    Yes I was thinking maybe a paediatrician appointment to check any anatomical abnormalities, foreskin problems etc. Trust you gut, it certainly sounds like a link between wees and pain. X

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    I know how frustrating it can be to get a Dr to listen to you! Video him next time it happens, not always easy if you are on your own and trying to comfort him at the same time! Also ring the paeds rooms and let them know your concerns, they may be able to call you in at short notice if they get a cancellation. How far away from emergency are you, if it's just a short drive then next time he starts to get distressed or if you realise he hans't done a wee for sometime try and take him in so they can see him when distressed.

    Best wishes, it is so hard to see your baby in pain and have no help.

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    I would go to the GP and ask for a referral to a paed, who might then refer you to a urologist.
    If nothing comes out of it, do the same with a different GP and a different paed.
    What you've described really doesn't sound right, I would persist in finding out what is wrong.

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    Try to get a referral for a paediatric urologist.

    My son had phimosis (tight foreskin), granted he was three when it developed but he had the same symptoms your son has.

    They can prescribe a cream that you use for 6 weeks to loosen the foreskin, unfortunately that didn't work for my DS and he had to have a circ.

    Not saying your son has this but I think a referral to a paediatric urologist is your best bet.

    What state are you in?


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    Yes! It sounds exactly like what happens. But it seems he'd be too young for that. And they symptoms don't always happen. But it def sounds like that.

    I live just out of Melbourne.

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    Thanks for that suggestion. If I have to prove it to them, for them to listen, it's pretty disgusting. But if I need to, I definitely will. Iv just videod some last night. Not the worst of it but will when it comes.

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