Urine Bubbles Or Foamy ?
What are the characteristics of normal urine?
Normal urine is urine that:
- The color is not white, which is a sign that you drink too much water
- The color is not too concentrated, it is a sign that you have less water
- It smells like normal, not too strong or weird
- Not too concentrated
- Not foaming
- No bleeding
- It does not cause you pain in the urine
- It does not cause you to have difficulty urinating
There are several causes of foaming:
- The speed of the urine is produced if the urine is removed when the bladder is too full and causes water to stirrup foamy. This will cause the urine to foam.
- The presence of protein or Proteinuria in the urine will make the urine easier to form bubbles. There are several diseases that cause protein in the urine such as
- High Blood Pressure
- Nephrotic Syndrome
- Gross Urine
- Kidney Failure
- Retrograde Ejaculation – There are several types of problems that cause sperm ejaculation enter into the bladder. It is usually caused by problems with the prostate. Normal ejaculation should not have caused this.
Which one diagnosis tests that need to be done to determine the cause of this problem?
- Urine Examination -The urine content like protien is often observed for people with these symptoms. Other contents such as white blood cells and nitrate may also be present if the patient is suffering from a germ infection.
- Renal Function Test – Kidney test function is necessary. The specimen required from the patient is blood for the purpose of testing the function of the kidney.
You are advised to see a doctor if you have any of these symptoms. They are:
- Swelling of feet and hands
- Persistent vomiting
- Lack of appetite
- Persistent foaming urine
- Has blood in the urine
- The ejaculation that produces semen is small
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- Kaur, K., Shah, U., Quasim, S., Chowoo, L., & Khan, M. H. (n.d.). Why does urine froth?
- Proteinuria. (2014, April). niddk.nih.gov/health-information/health-topics/kidney-disease/proteinuria/Pages/facts.aspx