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    Anon_101739 posted:
    my son started crying in his sleep this morning. i got up and asked if eeverything was okay he said no his pee pee hurt i went to change him and noticed the forskin around the shaft of his penis was swollen and that has never happened until now what can i do to make it better. i already called his doctor to see if he wants to see him
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    lenono97 responded:
    What did the doctor say?
     
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hope that all is well and your DS is feeling better!

    Please let us know that you guys are okay.

    Take care!
    Amelia
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