We and the doctor suspected UTI because there was blood in his urine. He cried when he went pee, he lifted his legs with pain.
Now he hates diaper changes and has a pink occationally inflamed forskin tip. (he doesn't appear to be in pain).
The UTI was diagnosed with a culture from a sample of urine retrieved from a catheter.
He is in daycare, i don't know if someone has retracted his forskin there. I haven't nor has my husband retracted his forskin.
All the symtoms you describe (including fighting diaper changes, though for 20 mo that's pretyy much normal) can be attributed to occasional retraction by the daycare staff. I would be nonacussatory, so they don't just get defensive and deny any wrong doing.
I would print out literature about not retracting intact boys and go over it with everyone at the daycare.
|He has plenty of pee and poopey diapers.|
As long as your DS doesn't have any new problemms come up, then I would attribute his past symptoms to probable forced retraction and seek no further medical "treatment."