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What exactly is white stuff in urine?
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Probaly sediment
Urinary sediment in an alkaline urine (non-acid) is usually due to phosphatic debris which is a normal finding.
If like gravel or sand can indicate possible kidney stone disease. Occasionally lining cells of the urinary tract can be sloughed. Similarly yeast or fungus can be white stuff in the urine, but, would usually be syptomatic. Don't worry white sediment is seldom a problem.

In brief: Probaly sediment
Urinary sediment in an alkaline urine (non-acid) is usually due to phosphatic debris which is a normal finding.
If like gravel or sand can indicate possible kidney stone disease. Occasionally lining cells of the urinary tract can be sloughed. Similarly yeast or fungus can be white stuff in the urine, but, would usually be syptomatic. Don't worry white sediment is seldom a problem.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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Dr. Samuel Lee
Urology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Benign
Phosphate crystals have no clinical consequences

In brief: Benign
Phosphate crystals have no clinical consequences
Dr. Samuel Lee
Dr. Samuel Lee
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