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Why is my pee cloudy when it first comes out?

Why is my pee cloudy when it first comes out?

Cloudy urine can be caused by many different medical conditions, ranging from the relatively benign to severe. These conditions can include dehydration, a urinary tract infection, sexually transmitted infections, kidney stones, diabetes, and others.

Why do I have white stuff in my urine?

I think you are suffering from urinary tract infection. Urinary tract infections can occur due bacterial infections, fungal infections, sexually transmitted diseases etc. Cloudy urine can occur due to urinary tract infections, proteinuria, kidney or ureteral stones, infections to the kidney and in renal failure.

What causes cloudy urine after a urinary tract infection?

A urinary tract infection (UTI) happens when bacteria get into your bladder, kidneys, or urethra. That’s where urine comes out. Along with cloudy urine, you’ll notice symptoms like: Your doctor will likely suggest antibiotics to clear up the infection.

When to see a doctor for White Stuff in urine?

Drink 3-4 times a day for up to 2 days. If your symptoms last for more than 2 days, you should see your doctor. Your doctor may test for traces of nitrites in urine which can indicate cystitis and inflammation in the bladder. A kidney infection may cause you to notice white stuff in your urine that looks like white sediment.

What to do if you have white sediment in your urine?

Ultrasound will reveal if any abnormality present in the appearence of kidneys, urinary tract and also for the presence of stones in them. Consult your urologist immidiately. Take care. Thank you for your reply (to my query about a white sediment in my urine). I am 62, married, not likely to have an STD.

What causes cloudy urine after an urinary tract infection?

Acute cystitis, sometimes referred to as a urinary tract infection (UTI), is a sudden inflammation of your bladder. This condition is often caused by a bacterial infection and can cause cloudy urine or blood and other debris in your urine.

I think you are suffering from urinary tract infection. Urinary tract infections can occur due bacterial infections, fungal infections, sexually transmitted diseases etc. Cloudy urine can occur due to urinary tract infections, proteinuria, kidney or ureteral stones, infections to the kidney and in renal failure.

Drink 3-4 times a day for up to 2 days. If your symptoms last for more than 2 days, you should see your doctor. Your doctor may test for traces of nitrites in urine which can indicate cystitis and inflammation in the bladder. A kidney infection may cause you to notice white stuff in your urine that looks like white sediment.

Ultrasound will reveal if any abnormality present in the appearence of kidneys, urinary tract and also for the presence of stones in them. Consult your urologist immidiately. Take care. Thank you for your reply (to my query about a white sediment in my urine). I am 62, married, not likely to have an STD.