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Noticed Bubble Urine
Hi. I'm very worried. Just noticed bubbles in my urine. About four each time. No foam. The bubbles evaporate quickly with one that stays. I'm female. ?
Bubbles in urine: A few bubbles in urine or frothy urine most often is not pathologic and is rather common. Without other symptoms such as burning, discoloration,frequency or large amounts of sediment, I don't think you need a urinalysis and microscopic examination for this observation. ...Read more
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
Hi im 28 years old female three days ago i noticed bubbles in my urine everytime i urinate its like to or three clusters of bubbles on my urine?
May i know what is the best medication for uti.. Mine is recurrent and now im experiencing pain in urination and i noticed bubbles in my urine..
Depends: If you have recurrent uti's , it is appropriate for you to see a urologist, a specialist in bladder and kidney problems. Occasional UTI is common, but multiple recurrent uti's require proper exam and testing by a specialist.. Not all uti's respond to the same antibiotics, so a urine specimen for culture and sensitivity should be done. ...Read more
Noticed bubbles in my urine last couple of days. Just getting over that "stomach" flu--lasted 3-4 days. Had labs done 4 days ago before got flu--everything was ok!?
I had 1+ protein in urine. I've noticed bubble clusters in my urine that are not dissipating. My doctor not worried but I asked to repeat test. Scared?
Currently using monistat 7 for yeast infection. I’m in day 2, and I’ve noticed foamy type/ bubbles in urine. Is this a concern?
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
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
Bubbles: Bubbles in the toilet water are no big deal, but is you experience air bubbling out when you urinate that is a serious problem. There should be no air coming out of the urinary tract. The most common cause at your age would be a colovesical fistula (tract from colon to bladder) due to diverticulitis- a colon infection. Seek help for this. Surgery is required to fix it ...Read more
See below: Passing air/bubbles during urination (pneumaturia) usually indicative of a fistula (opening) between the bowel and bladder most commonly caused by diverticulitis or colon cancer. Less often by a UTI. Otherwise, IF you're noticing bubbles only IN the toilet water, can be caused by excess protein in the urine but more often is insignificant and related to force of urine flow or type of bowl cleaner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to notice tiny little bubbles in my urine? There are bigger bubbles but those go away immediately. The tiny bubbles linger.
I have noticed since June 2017 that my urine occassionally has heavy foam several times per week & other times tiny clear bubbles. Is this normal?
Healthy, most likely: Bubbling urine may be seen off and on in normal person, but more often, persistent, and heavier in the urine of patients with severe kidney damage such as diabetic nepohropathy or nephrotic syndrome. In patients taking televancin (an antibiotics) may make urine froathy. So, no bubbling is good usually. There is no need to be the same among 'normal' persons all the time. If in doubt, ask dr timely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer