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What is the tissue that is coming while passing urine?

I am 45 and overweight but in good health otherwise. Sometimes when urinating it feels like something passing besides urine. It is not painful. There is usually some sort of tissue looking object in the toilet when finished. I have no UT issues. Is this normal? What is it?
Mon, 10 Apr 2017
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi it is probably epithelial cells being shed. Check your routine urine. If they are in excess there could be a kidney problem--regards
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What is the tissue that is coming while passing urine?

Hi it is probably epithelial cells being shed. Check your routine urine. If they are in excess there could be a kidney problem--regards