• 2 months ago

    Cloudy urine.

    I had some blood test done with my doctor. And they took a sample of my urine. They gave me a print out of everything was done. When I got home I noticed it said my urine was cloudy. My wife said I should of urinated before giving sample.

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  • 2 months ago

    RE: Cloudy urine.

    T2 Diabetes may be the cause of cloudy urine, either directly or indirectly.
    Directly, T2D can affect kidney function resulting in excessive protein in urine (a symptom of kidney damage or failure). Indirectly, T2D commonly causes bladder, kidney or urinary tract infections, especially, fools that don't drink enough water. Asparagus can cause cloudy, smelly urine. People who o.d. on vitamins and supplements (thinking, "Ohhhhhhh, that's my problem!), can get cloudy piss issues. Bottomline: cloudy pee is a sign that should not be ignored cuz it aint "normal". If you're unusually fatigued, thirsty and frequently urinating, the cloudy pee could very likely be related to T2D.
    Also, why would your wife want to hide unusual symptoms from samples. Do you think that's a good idea?



    fyi, one way to tell if your blood sugar is out of whack: spill a little pee on the sidewalk and see if the ants come. A normal kidney can handle up to
    200 mg/dL. Anything above that, sugar will start leaking into your pee. So, if you can't test your blood sugar with a glucometer, just pee outside and the ants will tell you what's what. This is also a way to tell if your aging pooch is developing diabetes, too.