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my urine is cloudy and smells strong like rotten eggs. ?

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Dr. Robert Sterling
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Ur In Fir Sum Fun!!: Firstly, flush, then burn a match!! This isn't always true, but that could mean you have an infection in your urine. Usually, however, you have symptoms like pain when urinating. Other possibilities might be diet (asparagus, spices) and "metabolic" problems (obscure weird medical conditions or vaginitis. If this doesn't clear-up in a few days, or gets worse, go see your doctor for a urine test
Answered on Nov 27, 2017
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