I recently took a urine sample to my dr. because I had noticed bubbles in my urine starting about a month ago. I do not have "foamy" urine or excessive amounts of bubbles, more like tiny patches of bubbles on the top of my urine....sometimes nothing at all, but mostly there. Dr. said there was no sign of infection and there were no bubbles in the urine in my sample. He DID however notice yeast. Can yeast cause changes to the urine? I have been taking AZO-yeast but it doesn't seem to be doing much, so the dr. recommended gyne-lotrimin (sp?).
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Everything having to do with bubbles in the urine that I've read online deals with protein and kidney problems. I have no symptoms, no pain, my urine looks normally colored and only has the bubbles I've mentioned....no foam.
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