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In some situations, you must pay particular attention to the possibility that your kidneys can be interrupted
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Usually the urine improves properly and is good in color and does not indicate disease, but if you notice that it is more humbug than usual, consult a doctor.
If you notice that your urine is blurred, do not panic immediately. Mutant urine is a sign that something is wrong, but there are many reasons why it is such. Urologist Dr Hajar Ajub pointed out why the urine could be blurred.
Do not drink enough water
Dehydration is often the cause of blurred urine, and liposuction of carbonated juice and coffee does not help much. You need to increase water intake. Each drink containing caffeine can only worsen your condition.
You have an infection in the urinary tract
Each woman suffers from urinary infections, but they are equally inclined. A urinary infection usually infects the bladder and urethra and can lead to dehydration, imprisonment or just reduced urinary bladder. The infection can be treated with antibiotics and it is best to consult your doctor as soon as possible and start treatment.
You have vaginit
It is actually inflammation of the vagina and can lead to blurred urine with an enlarged vaginal secretion that has an unpleasant odor, causing itching and perhaps pain at the sex. It can also develop as a result of an allergic reaction to some irritating chemicals, such as perfumed products and soaps.
You have sexually transmitted disease
Such as gonorrhea and chlamydia cause blurred urine, especially in the early stages of the disease. These diseases usually cause a secretion that leads to blurred urine. Be sure to contact a doctor to determine your treatment.
You have a kidney stone, or both kidneys
Stomach stones can be very uncomfortable because it causes pain when it passes and expires. As it passes through the channels, stones can cause bleeding and blurred urine.
Your urine may have some blood in you
If the blood appears in the microscopic traces of the urine, it will cause blurredness. The reason may be stones in the kidney, enlarged prostate, but in rare cases and urinary tract cancer.
You have a chronic kidney disease
It is rare in people who have good health, but chronic kidney disease can cause blurred urine. It represents a decrease in renal function, whose main role is to cleanse blood from metabolic waste. Other symptoms include nausea, fatigue, difficulty breathing, muscular cramps and yellow skin.
You have diabetes
Diabetes is a chronic disease that develops when blood glucose levels are high. Insulin, a hormone that produces pancreas helps to regulate this sugar and utilize it as energy. When the body does not produce enough insulin or does not use enough, the sugar remains in the blood instead of being transported to another cell.
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