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An 8yo boy presents with dribbling urination and pain with urination. When he urinates he sees his foreskin balloon out. On exam, he has phimosis. Per parents, they were previously able to retract his foreskin for hygiene purposes, but now they can’t. The patient is able to urinate and ultrasound shows no significant post-void residual. He is afebrile and urinalysis does not show evidence of UTI.