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Brownish, smelly residue after urination. Taken UTI medication. Consume beer, cocaine. What could be the reason?

Hey I jus used the bathroom an my pee was fine till I get to the last 3 seconds then it turned brownish with stringy or dot like stuff wut is this? This came all of a sudden. Im 31 drink beer and used cocain.. I took some uti meds it stoped. I stoped drinking and drank nothing but warter, and no cocain then it stopped. But a week later I stoped the meds, started drinking an doing cocain and its brown again with the ab pains and back pain
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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Hello I have gone through your query.

In my opinion, cocaine has side effect of acute tubular necrosis. It might damage the kidney tissue and might end up in the urine as a residue. The acidic pH in your blood which might be caused by drinking beer eventually forms the risk of kidney stones. Withdraw cocaine slowly and use medications.

Hope this helped you.
Answered: Sun, 24 Nov 2013
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