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Been having white particles in urine. What can it be?

Hi there, my 3 year old has been having white particles in his urine for roughly 10 months or so. I have been to ER and they didn t do after I complained they referred us to a pediatrician and he said there is one thing it could be so he tested my son s urine and we didn t get a call...everything was normal......but he keeps getting it and when he pres in his pants by accident you can see white powdery particle stuff all over.....what should I do? What could it be?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
As the kidney function of young children is not perfect, the body of water deficiency in children, there will be a lot of uric acid salts in the urine precipitate, that is, you see the "white particles in urine." This situation is particularly cold season or early morning when the more common. When your child drink enough water, the "white particles in urine," would naturally not see, so you do not worry, this is a very common phenomenon, not sick.This should subside with time if its physiological.Hope this helps.Take care.
Answered: Sat, 26 Oct 2013
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