The presence of foaming and bubble in urine can be a normal phenomenon and can also indicate many other conditions. Can foaming and bubble in urination be alleviated effectively? It depends.
The prognosis is determined by your own condition. Let’s see the possible causes of your condition so that you can get a better understanding of the treatment.
● Forceful urination
Often people make the mistake of assuming foamy urine as bubbles in urine. Actually foamy urine in the toilet bowl is not something to be worried about. It may just occur as a result of forceful and quick urination.
● Mild dehydration
When a person is mildly dehydrated, the urine formed is more concentrated and is likely to form bubbles. This condition is more common in diabetics.
Proteinuria means the presence of protein in the urine. Small amount of protein in the urine is due to high protein diet such as meat and fish. However, when the large amounts of protein (>3.5g/d) is released in the urine, it is called proteinuria that indicate the kidney damage.
This condition is a little difficult to be alleviated effectively. If you are in the stage 1 or stage 2 CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease), you have great chances to be reversed. However, if you are in the advanced stages of CKD, you may not be alleviated effectivelybecause if means your kidney function have lost at least a half. You should take a test to check your kidney function, especially when you have some other symptoms like swelling and fatigue.
Treatment should surely be based on the real causes. You can consult our doctor online or email to email@example.com. Here, I would recommend you Hot Compress Therapy. It is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and is an external application. By expanding the blood vessels, it can repair the damaged glomeruli by supplying more oxygen and blood to the kidneys. You can trust us, because we have so many successful clinical practices. Welcome your consultation!