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UTI Smexy Nugget 19 kids; Indiana 4678 posts
12th Nov '09

I'm pretty sure my 2 year old has a UTI. She says her back/belly/butt hurts and cries when she pess and says it hurts. I took her to the doctor and they said she has a possible UTI, but they won't treat her until she pees in a cup!!

My baby is in the midst of potty training, which has obviously been put on the back burner with this going on. She refuses to go because it hurts, so she will just hold it until she can't anymore and then pees in her pull-up. I've tried to get her to pee in the cup and she won't do it.

They sent us home with a cup and told me to have her pee in it at home and bring it back in to get tested. How am I supposed to make her do this?? Would you wait for her to pee in a cup or would you take her to the ER? I don't want to wait too long and have her infection get worse. I don't know what to do! Opinions?

SunDropBootyPop 1 child; New Windsor, New York 34173 posts
12th Nov '09
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Smexy Nugget 19 kids; Indiana 4678 posts
12th Nov '09
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SunDropBootyPop 1 child; New Windsor, New York 34173 posts
12th Nov '09
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Smexy Nugget 19 kids; Indiana 4678 posts
12th Nov '09
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SunDropBootyPop 1 child; New Windsor, New York 34173 posts
12th Nov '09
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Lalalalabye California 30501 posts
12th Nov '09

Can you ask for one of those bags that has a sticky side that seals to them and they wear it until they go?



They used that with Landon when they needed a urine sample and he was only 15 months.

Lalalalabye California 30501 posts
12th Nov '09

It's called a pediatric urine bag
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