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I've had foamy urine for two months. It is greatly reduced

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I've had foamy urine for two months. It is greatly reduced with hydration. Is this still a concern? This is accompanied by also some mild dull tingling high up in urethra.
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Urology
Expert:  Urodoc replied 3 months ago.

Hello and thanks for trusting me to help you. I am a board certified consultant with over 30 years of experience.
Please provide more information regarding your question so I can help you in detail.

History of Diabetes?

Is it cloudy?

Are you taking any medications?

Burning sensation after urination?

History of unprotected sex?

Thanks.

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Customer: replied 3 months ago.
Hi,No diabetes, not cloudy, no medication, no unprotected sex.No burning during or after urination, but definitely a difference in sensation was noticeable over last two months. More dull is the best way to describe.If I were to trace this back to a potential origin, I had a weird experience one night. I woke up and really needed to urinate although I was still pretty erect. I didn't have a choice, I needed to go urgently. It was pretty painful, and I remember thinking, I wonder if I hurt myself somehow.
Expert:  Urodoc replied 3 months ago.

Sorry for late reply and inconvenience.

Thanks for all these additional information.

I understand your concern.

Most of the time foamy urine is nonspecific and is not a major problem or issue. However, sometimes foamy urine can be from protein,phosphates in the urine.

Other possible cause may include Mild infection.

So you see your doctor, they check your urine sample just to make sure it is okay.

Continue to maintain a good hydration.

Also avoid high protein rich diet.

Try OTC Azo pills and cranberry juice.

Avoid rough masturbation.

Let me know if you have any further query so we can discuss it thoroughly in every aspect.
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Expert:  Urodoc replied 3 months ago.

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