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Cloudy sticky urine, increased urination. Had bladder, kidney and staff infection earlier. Reasons ?

Over the past couple days I have been peeing a cloudy liquid and when ever I pee I feel the urgency to pee even more yestersday I did a experiment on my pee I put It in a clear cup a with glove I put my hand in there it was sticky. I have one large and one extremely small and not to mention the fact that I had 1 Kidney infection , Bladder infection ,and staff infection
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.From what you have narrated it looks that you have a urinary tract Infection.What you see as cloudy urine is a turbid urine because of infection.Pl get your routine urine test done to confirm the infection at the same time get your urine culture and sensitivity done and start appropriate antibiotic as per culture report.Your urgency is due to UTI.It will go away once you take a course of antibiotics for 10 days.
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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