Why Does My Son’s Urine Go All Over the Place?
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Pediatric urologist Jeffrey Donohoe, MD, answers this one about boys’ urine stream.
You’re changing your baby’s diaper and, without warning, his urine starts to geyser. You reach madly for a baby wipe or towel or anything nearby to contain this phenomenon, which scientists call a splayed urinary stream.
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Here are some of the reasons this happens, to babies and also older boys:
Pediatric urologist Jeffrey Donohoe, MD