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WHAT IS THE REASON FOR HOT URINE. I DRINK PLENTY OF ...

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WHAT IS THE REASON FOR HOT URINE. I DRINK PLENTY OF WATER BUT SOMETIMES MY URINE IS SO HOT THAT IRRITATE THE OUTSIDE.
I HAVE URINE TEST MADE AND THE RESULTS WAS THAT I DON'T HAVE ANY INFECTION, BUT EVERY WEEK I HAVE THIS PROBLEMS FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS.
THANK YOU.
IRAIDA
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  D. Baron, MD replied 9 years ago.
Do you have a vaginal discharge? Do you have a history of genital herpes?
Customer: replied 9 years ago.
NO I DON'T HAVE ANY HISTORY OF GENITAL HERPES.

SOMETIMES I HAVE VERY LITTLE VAGINAL DISCHARGE.
Expert:  D. Baron, MD replied 9 years ago.
If you had no white cells or bacteria in your urine and cultures were negative, then your discomfort may be due to something you ate or drank. Many components of spices and food colorings are excreted in the urine and could potentially irritate the bladder and urethra. Chlamydia is also a common cause of urethritis and may not show up on urinalysis or routine culture. I hope that this was helpful.
Customer: replied 9 years ago.
Reply to D. Baron, MD's Post: PLEASE COULD YOU TELL ME WHAT IS CHLAMYDIA?
I MADE MANY CHANGES IN MY FOOD AND ARE VERY CAREFULL NOW WITH WHAT I DRINK.
I AVOID SOFT DRINKS, DRINKS WITH COLOR, HOT SAUCES, ETC.
ANYTHING ELSE THAT YOU SUGGEST THAT I COULD DO?
Expert:  D. Baron, MD replied 9 years ago.
Chlamydia is a bacterium. It is usually a sexually transmitted disease and probably doesn't apply to you. You might try some Advil to see if that helps. Pyridium may help with the symptoms, but can only be taken for a few days and requires a prescription from your doctor. It the problem presists, your doctor may have to do further investigation and possibly refer you to a urologist. I hope that this was helpful.
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