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Foamy Urine In Morning
3 yr old, foamy urine, got urinalysis, everything else ok, no protein, ketone, ph 6, sp gravity 1.02 and mucus ++ first urine morning. Is it worrisome?
Foam is normal: Different people have different amounts of mucin in the urine. That accounts for most "foamy" urines and it's harmless.
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
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Kidney problems: When your kidneys are first starting to have problems, and you do not have a lot of protein in your urine, you will not notice any symptoms. The only way to know if you have protein in your urine is to have a urine test. The test for protein in the urine measures the amount of albumin in your urine, compared to the amount of creatinine in your urine. This is called the urine albumin-to-creatinine ratio (UACR). A UACR more than 30 mg/g can be a sign of kidney disease. When your kidney damage gets worse and large amounts of protein escape through your urine, you may notice the following symptoms: •Foamy, frothy or bubbly-looking urine when you use the toilet •Swelling in your hands, feet, abdomen or face If you are having these symptoms, your kidney damage may already be severe. Talk to your health care provider immediately about what may be causing your symptoms and what treatment is best for you.
None: And foamy urine is normal... It has no medical implications at all. So quit looking at it!
I have had pretty consistent foamy urine, however it is almost completely eliminated with good hydration, is this still a concern?
Probably not.: Historically conventional wisdom has taught us that foamy urine indicates the presence of abnormally high levels of protein in the urine. Turns out this isn't usually the case. It may be related to benign substances in our diet the the kidneys are eliminating. You can see your doctor who can quickly check to see if there is protein in your urine that needs to be worked up. Otherwise don't worry.See 1 more doctor answer
Bile, air, medication: Bilirubin causing bilirubinuria can cause foamy urine, also fistula (abnormal connection) between bowel and urinary tract can cause pneumaturia, occasionally a medication like pyridium (phenazopyridine). Most common cause is proteinuria, which if present, should be worked up and treated.
Pain in lower left side, and back. Foamy urine with odor. Persistent over a significant period of time, what could be the cause of this?
Urinary infection: You may have a urinary tract infection. You need to see a doctor asap to get treatment.
Not likely: Foamy or bubbly urine is a result of protein spillage in the urine. Tis is usually from high protein diets and poses no health problem, occasionally this care be the heralding sign of kidney disease. I would recommend evaluation by your general practitioner for routine blood and urine tests. If you have had unprotected intercourse, evaluation for stds is also appropriate.
YELLOW: Yellow is concentrated and foamy can be protein. These should be checked with your doctor if they persist.
I have added my medical problems in my profile how ever the passed 6 ws I have foamy urine no burn or itch smells bit sweet plus nycrolepticice food?
Bubbly/foamy urine. Some doctors say it's normal, some say your kidneys are failing. Which is it?!
Pink: Spotting perhaps little blood, pale and foamy maybe protein, talk to your doctor for evaluation.
Possibly: Are you taking extra protein for athletic reasons? Could be a sign of extra protein being excreted. Best to see a physician to make sure everything is ok.
My urine is foamy even when I drink a lot of water. If there is protein in my urine what could cause this? Could foamy urine be normal?
Urine analysis: Hi, if you are concerned that you are having urinary symptoms, your primary care doctor can perform an in-office test to examine if there are any abnormalities in your urine. They will then be able to compare the results with your symptoms and determine if there are any abnormalities that need to be treated.
I have had dark yellow and foamy urine almost all the time for about 2 months now, but both my UTI tests came up clean. Should I concern?
Water?: I would check how much WATER you are drinking. Usually 60-80 oz is recommended then be checked further