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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
Protein: Bubbles in the urine or "foamy" urine is always worrisome for the possibility of protein in the urine. If this occurs, the doctor can check a urinalysis for the presence of protein. If this is positive, further tests can be done to determine the amount of protein that is being leaked into the urine and what the cause of the protein in the urine is. ...Read more
Normal: I think that is entirely normalGet a more detailed answer ›
Just not a good way: To tell if there is kidney disease. There might be more bubbles if there is protein in the urine, but the quality of the water in the toilet, other chemicals in the urine, strength of the stream, etc. OTher than bloody, you need the urinalysis to tell if urine is abnormal. ...Read more
Normal: Bubbles in urine or foamy urine is generally a normal occurrence either from forceful rapid urination after holding it for a while or urine mixing with cleaning agents in the toilet. If it's happening every time he goes to the bathroom you can get a urinalysis next time you are at his doctor's office. ...Read more
Hard to saydepends,,: Urine has small amounts of protein molecules, excess sodium, potassium, creatinine, and other things that may result in bubbles like this, but it's inconclusive as to what can cause these on a consistent basis. Things like bicarbonate/carbonate, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide may also do it, but it is rare if ever that these are noted in urine. If you have a health issue see your dr./urologist. ...Read more
4 weeks a go had urine trac infection and 10 days a go had bubbles in urine I 47 years female is it seriouse?
Currently have bubbles in urine. Just had "stmach flu. Labs were normal earlier this week. Reason for concern?
See how it goes: If it goes away on its own then probably nothing to worry about. If it persists, then further evaluation would probably be necessary. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Air bubbles when urinating implies a connection between the bladder and the colon (colovesical fistula), often seen with diverticular disease, and with advanced colon cancer. If there is a lot of bubbles in the bowl following urination, it may be normal, or may suggest increased amount of protein being voided. ...Read more
See below: Bubbles in urine or very frothy urine may be due to protein in urine, and possible kidney disease. Generally speaking there is no connection to a high red blood cell count in the blood. ...Read more
Sx: painful micturation, urine colored discharge, pimple like thing near urethra, bubbles in urine, additional: no sex for 1 yr. What could it be?
? 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
The doctor said I have uti, and prescribed me ciprofloxacin. Once per day (4 days) but I think cipro wasn't effective, resulted with bubbles in urine?
UTI: Cipro (ciprofloxacin) is fine, but certain bacteria that cause UTI are becoming resistant to cipro, (ciprofloxacin) in areas where there is a lot of resistence to cipro, (ciprofloxacin) it is best to choose a different antibiotic, the dosis is usually twice daily instead once daily given for complicated UTI for 7-14 days and for 3 days for uncomplicated uti. ...Read more
Small amount of tiny bubbles in urine. Had my routine CBC and CMP blood tests last month and all was good. Do I still need urine test? Should I worry?
Bubbles are normal: A chemical urinalysis is indicated at the time of your routine physical exam. Everybody produces some mucus from the urothelial lining of the bladder and this in turn probably accounts for the bubbles. The foam of heavy proteinuria is distinctive and if this is present, your routine urinalysis will detect it. ...Read more
I have bubbles in urine & lower back pain that fluctuates had a negative urine test and a repeat months later was a bad sample w/wbc and trace protein?
Blood Clot and Blood in Urine and pain in Penis, High Bubbles in Urine after cystoscopy Male? How to heal? Is it normal?
No it is not normal but surely your doctor has described everything to you and helped you start improving from your symptoms.
If the doctor has not treated as you would like, have a friend refer you to a different doctor.
Please let me know how things go. ...Read more
I had a kidney stone that passed, and now see bubbles in urine. The doctor said my white blood CT is low. He said I may have a virus. What do I do?
Follow: Your doctor's advice. If white cells are low test should be repeated any way in few weeks. ...Read more
Bloating, bubbles in urine (bacteria) pain in my Lower left abdomen, yellowish vaginal discharge, missed period, nausea, weight loss- uti or colon?
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 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