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Small whitish particles in urine, have frequent UTI, U/S normal. Anything dangerous?

I noticed Small whiteish remnants of something (toilet paper looking) in my urine today when I had to give a specimen. Is it just dead skin? Is it toilet paper? Is this normal or something I should worry about? I have frequent utis and I m on Bactrim right now. I had a renal ultrasound done on my kidneys and everything checked out normal. Also, Any ways to prevent future utis?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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you have recurrent urinary tract infections and taking antibiotics for this..
you have done ultrasound examination done and it is normal..
you have not mentioned your age and gender..
you need to maintain good genital hygiene and drink lot of fluids..
all the very best..
Answered: Wed, 7 Aug 2013
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