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Toddler wee problems

(5 Posts)
NotDoris Mon 07-Jul-14 23:02:46

Hello
DS was toilet trained at 2.5 and now he is about to turn 3 I am getting increasingly frustrated having to clean the floor and wall when he uses the loo. His opening is more towards the front than on the end, and quite tight. Consequently, when he wees the end balloons, and wee squirts over the pan and onto the floor and wall, (and my hand) despite me aiming it carefully!
Will this get better with time, or does he need medical attention?

PedlarsSpanner Mon 07-Jul-14 23:32:49

A quick word with GP first I think

Does he get balanitis?

NotDoris Tue 08-Jul-14 00:07:20

Not sure what that is? He doesn't have any pain or redness, just a wonky aim!

InSpaceNooneCanHearYouScream Tue 08-Jul-14 09:49:48

This does need to be seen by GP- google 'hypospadius' and 'phimosis'

InSpaceNooneCanHearYouScream Tue 08-Jul-14 09:50:28

Not serious problems at all, I should say, but may need treatment

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