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Urine has particles, done urinalysis, urine sinking to bottom. Any advice

I am 27-year-old female. For a few weeks I have been noticing that my urine sinks to the bottom of the toilet. When looking more closely, I can see small particles in it. I noticed the same particles in the sample I gave for my last urinalysis about a year ago (which came back normal) so I didn t think the particles themselves were any cause for concern. I do not have any other urinary symptoms; no change in color or odor, no frequency or burning, etc. I m wondering if the fact that the urine is sinking to the bottom is something I should make an appointment with my doctor for. Any advice would be appreciated!
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have noticed that your urine sinks to the bottom of toilet.This is due to the fact that your urine is concentrated and with high specific gravity.White deposits that you have noticed is high concentration of phosphate in urine .Pl increase water intake and do not worry as long as you have no urinary infection.
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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