The doctor looked like he was about to have a heart attack. I could tell he was trying to control his anger at me and he said, "Don't touch me while I'm examining." I continued to block his hand and said, "I don't want you to retract him." He said he wasn't going to retract but needed to see if there was a hole there. I said, "He doesn't have any problems urinating so that is not a concern." He went on to checking his hips and then fastened the diaper but I could tell he was REALLY irritated with me. Like, super tense and annoyed and completely different from the friendly guy who had just been talking to me.
At the end of the exam he told me he would never retract a one year old but he wanted to see if there was a hole and that I should be doing that much pulling back at every bath because oils could build up. I didn't even know what to say to him so I just nodded. This is not true, right? Just leave it alone, correct?