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what does foamy pee mean?

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Dr. Bradley Stockmann
16 years experience Radiology
Usually normal: Seeing foam or a lot of bubbles when you pee is usually related to the water in the toilet bowl and the force of the stream. If you have a lot of foam every time you urinate it could be a sign of something more serious like protein in the urine. If you are seeing foam in your urine all the time it is time to make an appointment with your doctor to get this checked out with the appropriate labs.
Answered on Jun 29, 2017

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