A 30-year-old female asked:
urine output is more than input in the past week,no pain and urine test is negative for nitrates but slight leukocytes present what does this mean?? x
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Family Medicine 35 years experience
Abn UA: there are white blood cells in your urine - does NOT necessarily mean infection. have your doctor do a culture to be sure
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A 19-year-old female asked:
Every so often my urine will smell of terrible chemicals for a week at a time. No pain involved. Nothing was found in a urine test, what could it be?
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Family Medicine 30 years experience
Not sure: Most smells/odors in the urine are a direct cause from what we eat or drink. Assuring your urinalysis was normal, start playing detective and keeping a food diary, and you may find out what is causing your foul smelling urine. Best wishes.
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Last updated Oct 22, 2016
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