How do you cure foamy urine?

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asked Oct 28, 2020 in Incontinence by Prizzy134 (1,080 points)
How do you cure foamy urine?

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answered Oct 28, 2020 by Webbie (2,400 points)
Foamy urine can be cured by drinking more water and other hydrating drinks especially if the foamy urine is because of dehydration.

In some cases foamy urine may just be caused by dehydration when you're not drinking enough water or other hydrating drinks.

However in some cases foamy urine can be a sign of kidney disease, kidney stones, kidney failure etc.

So if the foamy urine does not clear up within a day or so then you should see a doctor.

Frothy urine or foamy urine can be a sign of kidney disease, kidney failure, kidney stones and even a UTI.

Frothy urine is never normal especially if the frothy urine lasts longer than a few days and you should always see a doctor for treatment of the frothy urine.

Foamy urine is not normal and foamy urine can be dangerous if left untreated.

When you have foamy urine the foamy urine most commonly caused by protein in your urine which should not be happening.

Your kidneys are supposed to filter out the protein and other waste in your urine and when it does not it causes your urine to be foamy.

Foamy urine is most commonly a sign of kidney disease, kidney failure, kidney stones or even a urinary tract infection.

If the foamy urine lasts longer than a few days then go see a doctor and let them know.

Actually you should let the doctor know about the foamy urine anyway and get tested for kidney disease as kidney failure and kidney disease is fatal if not treated by dialysis.

When you have bubbles in your urine or foamy urine it's a sign of too much protein in your urine which is not a normal thing.

if your urine returns to normal within a few days then it's nothing to worry about but if your urine continues to stay foamy or have bubbles in the urine then you need to see a doctor and get your urine tested.

Your kidneys filter out the protein when working properly and when you notice foamy urine then it means your kidneys are not working properly.

Foamy or bubbly urine can be a sign of kidney stones or kidney disease so get checked out to be safe.

If your kidneys do shut down then you can die.

The foamy or bubbly urine may also be a sign of a urinary tract infection as well but if it does not clear up then you should see a doctor.

When your pee smells like eggs it can be caused by a UTI which is means a Urinary Tract Infection.

Most times a Urinary Tract Infection will clear up on it's own but if not you should see a doctor and get treatment so that the Urinary Tract Infection Goes away.

Pee or urine can smell like eggs or Sulfur when you have a Urinary Tract Infection and sometimes your urine may also smell like fish.

The pee smelling like eggs or Sulfur can also be caused by an imbalance of the good and the bad bacteria that is naturally found within the body.

When those good and bad bacteria get out of balance it can lead to your urine smelling like Sulfur or Eggs.

Sometimes the egg smelling urine or Sulfur Smelling urine can be caused by bad bacteria when it sits in or passes through the bladder which can then lead to the egg smell of urine or Sulfur Smelling Urine.

You should see a doctor just to be safe and they can tell if you for sure have a Urinary Tract Infection or something else.

You can help treat a UTI or Urinary Tract Infection at home by eating cranberries or drinking cranberry juice, drinking more water, drinking some apple cider vinegar, peeing when you need too and avoid holding in your pee.

Taking probiotics and eating foods with probiotics and increasing your Vitamin C intake can help with a urinary tract infection.

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