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Opaque urine

Discussion in 'Lyme Disease and Co-Infections' started by TheChosenOne, Jan 2, 2017.

  1. TheChosenOne

    TheChosenOne Senior Member

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    My urine is opaque from time to time and it usually has a distinct, fruity smell.
    Anyone with similar experiences?
     
  2. TigerLilea

    TigerLilea Senior Member

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    @TheChosenOne Have you been to your doctor to have an urinalysis done?
     
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  3. TheChosenOne

    TheChosenOne Senior Member

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    Not yet. I'm seeing De Meirleir again in two days. Maybe he knows.
     
  4. Kina

    Kina

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    You won't get any answers until you have a urinalysis done when you are having symptoms. There could be tons of reasons for the opaqueness from dehydration to infection. Distinct fruity smell could indicate increased glucose or diabetes but with diabetes you would be getting other symptoms. It could be from meds, supplements etc., dietary, increased ketones. Lots of reason. Hope you get an answer.
     
  5. GreyOwl

    GreyOwl Dx: strong belief system, avoidance, hypervigilant

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    If you get some urinalysis dipsticks from the pharmacy you'll be able to tell whether the smell is from ketones or glucose.
     

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