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Hi, I have bubbles in my urine, does it mean that I am sick? What kind of disease can it indicate?

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Hi, having bubbles in urine means that there is increased amount of proteins. Normally, there is a small amount of proteins excreted in the urine. The condition is called proteinuria. Normal values are up to 150 mg of protein per day. After strenuous exercise or while we are ill quantity of proteins may increase. In nephrotic syndrome urine protein is particularly high. Changes in the size of filters in the kidneys or by illness that damaged the kidney, lead to increase in excretion of proteins. Some medications that may damage the kidney, or genetically inherited abnormalities interfere with proper functioning of kidneys.
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Hi there,

Well when you remember that by urination our body is getting rid of unwanted and bad things from our body this means that bubbles are consequence of something that are body is trying to extract. Bubbles can be triggered by one simple thing such as forceful urine flow or even by mild dehydration.  

And like bamber has already mentioned there are various condition such as proteinuria, vesicocolic fistula, urinary tract infection and kidney disease.

And of course sometimes you can think that you have bubbles in your urine because of the toilet cleaners which are creating bubbles in contact with urine. However, if you are suspecting that there is more into it than visit your doctor and find out what is going on.

 

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