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I'm 19 I've been having cloudy urine on and off for months now. I first noticed it when taking antibiotics. I've also been getting weird stomach growling sounds constantly since then as well.I don't see any blood and have back pain. I had a urine test sent of for infection which came back negative and have had 2 U&E blood test done which are also normal. My CK, CRP, TSH and Troponin levels are normal as well as my magnesium calcium and phosphates. I have oral thrush which my doctor thought might be causing the cloudy urine but the thrush is in the mouth. Could this be protein in the urine? I'm not sure if its anything to worry about


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replied May 28th, 2014
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Hi,
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If urine had presence of protein in it, it should have got picked up in your urine analysis results. It is difficult to comment on the exact cause for the symptoms that you describe without examining you and going ahead with further evaluation or correlating your symptoms with examination findings and your evaluation results. If worried, you may consider taking second opinion from a urologist and then proceed with further decisions. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/healthcare provider/urologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately.
Take care.


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