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Frequent urination, metallic smell in urine. On spironolactone, T3 compound, metformin. Causes for symptoms?

I have noticed a metallic smell to my urine; it started this morning and has persisted for several hours. I have had UTIs in the past, but I have none of the other symptoms except frequent urination . However, I am on spironolactone , so I thought my frequent urination could be due to that. I am also taking a T3 compound, Metformin , and vitamin D supplements.
Asked On : Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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Thanks for your query.
Spironolactone should not cause frequent urination.
If you have a metallic smell you should do a urine exam to rule out a UTI.
Based on the results we can decide the further course of action.
Mean while drink plenty of fluids
Hope this helps
Good luck
Answered: Sun, 10 Nov 2013
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