We had to go back to the pediatrician for a catheterization to get a "clean" urine sample since the previous one was contaminated and showed positive growth.
Let's just say that it sucked. Two tries with two different catheters, and they couldn't get it inserted to collect the urine. They finally resorted to putting another bag on him. Hopefully this time the sample won't be contaminated and we'll get negative growth. Unfortunately, there was some trauma and the little guy is in some pain every time he needs to wet his diaper. Hopefully that will pass soon. It is not a good day today.
We also got his chem panel back today. The good news is that his BUN and Creatinine are normal. The bad news is that his liver enzyme (AST) and alkaline phosphatase are elevated (ALP). The pediatrician isn't quite sure of what this means, but will re-draw in a few months to see if they are still elevated or are at normal levels.
It's always something!