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No Bubbles In Urine
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
See answer: Occasional bubbles in your urine is not something you need to be overly concerned about.However, if your urine frequently bubbles or has a frequent foamy consistency you may need to contact your physician. Some causes of bubbles: kidney conditions with protein in the urine, urinary infections, dehydration, rapid urination, pregnancy See: > http://bit.ly/1OgLiuz ...Read more
May be normal: Bubbles in the urine may be a normal finding as the kidneys with the forceful flow of urine produces bubbles. Sometimes it may be an indication of protein loss in the urine , urinary infection or simply dehydration.Consistency of the bubbles ( foamy or not, persistence of bubbles) will help make the difference. The answer is always in checking urine analysis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does 1+ protein in urine show very bubbly urine? Doctor not concerned. I have lots of cluster bubbles in my urine bits scaring me.
Blood in urinalysis(not visible)with left back/side pain. No infection, trace of protein in urine.CT w/o contrast no kidney stone. thoughts? 31 female
Kidney work up : you have microscopic hemautria and need a full kidney work up. So see if the blood is coming from the kidneys. Assuming this sample was done when u were not mensturating. Would suggest a clean catch urine done when on your period soon and if still shows the same then need to see a Kidney doc. ...Read more
3+ hematuria, dark yellow urine colour clears after drink a lot of water
renal us clear no kidney stones
prostate size normal
no wbcs in urine?
?fistula: Usually, air in the urine, either as sputtering or foam and bubbles, indicates a connection between the bladder and an air containing viscus, like the colon or small bowel - a fistula. This would also lead to chronic urinary tract infection. See your doctor for a thorough history, exam, and urinalysis. Good luck. ...Read more
Gross hematuria : Gross hematuria (visible blood in the urine) along with flank pain in a 50-year-old male can have more than one cause. Infection along the the urogenital system & kidney stones are the most common. Other things such as malignancy and a ruptured cyst are also possible. A red urine may not always be blood & "urethra pain" may not be urethra pain. A doctor should be consulted for these symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Risk kidney stones: Calcium oxalate crystals in urine may indicate presence of excess calcium salt, that is being excreted. It could be due to excess intake of calcium. If you have family history of kidney stones or have risk factors like diet, dehydration etc, you should get further assessment thru your personal doctor to recommend needed dietary modification and repeat urine testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hematuria.: Blood in the urine, or hematuria, in the absence of infection, is abnormal and should be worked up. First, a urinary infection must be ruled out. Red cells are common in this setting. If there is no infection, further evaluation is needed to find the source. Work with your doctor to make sure you find a cause, or rule out the more worrisome ones. ...Read more
Invisible Blood and ketones in urine but no glucose. Not a UTI. Stomach burning and painful. Any ideas?
Many thoughts: Many thoughts. Urinary tract inf is just one thought. Go back to your doctor and get a more thorough evaluation ...Read more
I have foamy urine but my recent urinalysis test says there is no protein in my urine although i had traces of protein in my urine some time ago. i repeated the urine test a week later and there was no more protein in my urine but urine still foamy?
Foamy urine: Very rapid urination/strong force can cause foam/bubbles in the urine. If that is the case, it may persist as long as you pee hard and fast. The only other significant cause of foam is proteinuria. If the urine dipstick test remains negative for protein, you're in the clear, but with your history, periodic testing is advised. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Burning with urination, tender testis&its veins something swelling in scrotum. E.Coli is found in urine culture& pus cells in urine and semen 10-15 hpf?
Prostate also : Sounds like you already are being treated if you know that it is a e coli infections prob also a prostate infection and should improve with proper antibiotics. ...Read more