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Can Foamy Urine Be a Sign of Stage 4 Chronic Kidney Failure

2014-01-28 08:07

Can Foamy Urine Be a Sign of Stage 4 Chronic Kidney FailureEveryday we pass urine, have you ever noticed whether your urine has foam? The color of healthy people’s urine is amber and clear, and it ranges a little according to the amount of urine they pass. However, some patients with stage 4 chronic kidney failure find their urine becomes foamy. Then, they ask whether foamy urine is a sign of stage 4 kidney failure.

Not all foamy urine means kidney failure. There are many cases in which people will have foam in their urine.

1. Having no sexual life

Having no sexual life for long time or if antiprostate secretes more grume, there will be foams in urine.

2. Dehydration

Kidney disease patients are usually recommended to restrict fluid intake. If patients have dehydration, kidney will produce concentrated urine that is a cause of foam urine.

3 Urinating Rapidly

Many people like to go to toilet when they have a lot of urine in their bladder. This may lead to forceful urinating. The urine hits toilet rapidly hence results in much foam. If your foamy urine is caused by this, don’t worry, go to the toilet regularly to avoid rapid urinating.

3 Urinary tract infection

Mang females have foam in their urine because they have urinary tract infection. In this case,the composition of urine is easy to change and thus produce bubbles. Go to a hospital and have an examination.

5 Diabetes

If you have diabetes, the amount of urine ketone body or sugar in your urine increase and leads to foamy urine. Foams in urine which are often large and disappear quickly.

6 Proteinuria

Proteinuria is a typical symptoms of chronic kidney disease. When kidney is damaged, proteins go through glomeruli easily and hence lead to foamy urine.

Try to find the causes of your foamy urine and see the foam seriously. If the foam in your urine appears is big or not of uniform size and lasts for a short time, it belongs to the normal phenomenon. If the foam in your urine is tiny in and lasts for a long time, it is more likely to indicate protein in urine and you had better see a doctor. For more information about foamy urine in stage 4 chronic kidney failure, you can consult our online doctor.

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