Had been for repeat sonography
a few days ago to check the post void residual urine, but he was very cranky at that time and thus could not get it done that time. "Tropan" tablet was discontinued at that time for few days by Pediatric surgeons advice. Now after Urologist's suggestion Tropan has started again and he seems to be comfortable urinating and appears less cranky. I will definitely keep you posted.
No, I don't think he has Phymosis.
One thing that worries me Dr. Pankaj is the following 2 statements in the article in the following link
Secondary reflux that does not resolve with antibiotic treatment, or that results in UTI despite antibiotic therapy (called breakthrough infections), and primary reflux that is severe (grades IV and V) require surgery to prevent permanent kidney
A breakthrough urinary infection, in spite of preventive antibiotics, is a dangerous situation indicating that there is not enough time for spontaneous resolution and that the next step should be surgical correction of reflux
Will like to know your view on this.