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"Milky" urine: my pee is like milk

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When I go pee my urine is milky. It has been like this for about a year and a half now. It happens every time I go pee and is for the full duration of my peeing. Thanks.


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replied April 23rd, 2007
Urinary & Bladder Disorders Answer A2628
It is difficult to diagnose what “milky” urine could mean. Laboratory analyses of the urine may reveal what problem is present, if any. You may contact your primary health doctor and schedule an appointment to request standard urine analyses.
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