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Nov 23, 2017
Amorphous sediment is a normal component in urine. There are two types, and each type may be an indicator of an underlying problem such as kidney stones.
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Nov 22, 2017
Bladder pressure is an uncomfortable sensation with many possible causes. Fortunately, there are also some very simple home remedies.
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Jul 10, 2017
Urine smelling like ammonia can be annoying at best, and at worst it can mean a serious problem. Learn causes for ammonia smell, what you can do about them, and when you need to worry.
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Jul 07, 2017
Sensation to urinate but have nothing is normal if you’ve no other symptoms. If accompanied by pain or blood, see a doctor immediately as it could be a serious infection.
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Jul 06, 2017
Symptoms of high uric acid can include gout and kidney stones, as well as more serious issues such as kidney failure. Learn how to deal with this problem.
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Nov 04, 2016
Does tea make you pee more? You are drinking more fluid, so you are likely to urinate more. Are there other ways tea can affect urination? Is it serious? Check out now!
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Aug 09, 2016
Smelly urine can occur for a variety of reasons such as UTIs, kidney stones, etc. Know these 12 potential causes to help you take appropriate steps to resolve the problem.
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Jun 05, 2015
Metabolic acidosis treatment depends on the cause; sodium citrate for kidney-related condition, IV fluids is better for diabetes, etc. See a doctor for proper treatment.
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May 06, 2015
Water retention remedies such as exercising, eating diuretic foods like cabbages and grapes, trying Epsom salt baths and many other remedies can help. Just have a try!
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