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frothy urine, does this mean anything?

(6 Posts)
MegGriffin Sun 28-Apr-13 20:23:05

Thank you merci. I will see how she goes and get her checked if it continues .She is well in herself apart from this.

mercibucket Sun 28-Apr-13 20:18:29

If her wee looks really dark as well, then a quick test for protein in urine might be worthwhile, but otherwise I don't know

mercibucket Sun 28-Apr-13 20:18:29

If her wee looks really dark as well, then a quick test for protein in urine might be worthwhile, but otherwise I don't know

MegGriffin Sun 28-Apr-13 20:15:46

Thats what I thought MrsHoarder but it had not been cleaned that day and we have all been using it. I think i'm worrying about nothing but it did look very strange!

MrsHoarder Sun 28-Apr-13 20:10:16

Daft question, is it just her getting frothy wees in that toilet? The most obvious cause is soap in the loo...

MegGriffin Sun 28-Apr-13 20:05:18

Dd has done a couple of wees in the last 24
hours that have white froth/foam aroud the outside when she wees. No other symptoms. She is 10 and pointed it out to me as it hasn't happened before. Is this anything to worry about does anyone know?

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