Met with Doc #3 yesterday and things went very well - yay! She listened, took notes and agreed that the urinary frequency was unrelated to the foreskin, which she also agreed was a non-issue. She didi a urine test for UTI - neg. And a blood test for diabetes - also neg. She asked a lot of questions and in the end thought I should consider urinary frequency syndrome. It's basically a non-medical explanation for urinary frequency in post toilet-trained kids (avg. age 3-7). Usually, due to some trauma, kids feel an urge to pee as often as every 5-10 minutes. (Not there is any trauma I can explain, unless a road trip to Disneyworld is considered traumatic, and to a kid who prefers the home toilet, it may very well be!). So, on the way to school today, I explained to my son nothing was medically wrong with him and that if he had to go pee, ok, but there was no reason behind it; that his penis, his bladder, his blood, etc we're all ok. He only peed twice at school today so I think it's just a matter of him growing out of it, which is usually the case, although it can take anywhere from 6 weeks to 18 months! So my efforts paid off, I've found a new ped, and I wanted to also say how much I appreciate all the support from this board - thank you!