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foamy bubbles when going pee

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  • Posted By: nec1912
  • October 24, 2009
  • 03:17 AM

Can sone one explain why masterbation causess foamy and bubbles when going pee?


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  • The only thing i can dig up doing a google search is. 1. Bladder infections2. may be Semen 3. prostate enlargement 4. retrograde ejaculation5. rinary tract infection 6. excess protein in the urine.7. foamy urine shows a protein 8. Protein or albumin in the urine would be the most significant cause of foam in the urine. 9. protein in the urine10. Foamy/bubbly urine can be caused simply by peeing too fast11. dehydration or too much protein (proteinuria) in the urine12. Protein in the urine is an indicator of injury and/or decrease in function of the kidneys13. it could also indicate renal failure14. infection of the prostate 15.Gonorrhea16.urinary tract infection 17. Kidney infections or kidney problems retrograde ejaculation is when instead of your semen comming out of your penis, it is directed to your bladder instead. If the foaming stays after you have urinated and does not break down it could be problem. I Hear that Kidney stones and high blood pressure may cause this too.. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Note I will like reply and I do not know what they mean by protein in the urine and if you have a Bladder infections or Kidney infections what is the symptems?
    nec1912 7 Replies
    • November 14, 2009
    • 01:18 AM
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