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urs101

Registered: Sept 3, 2007
Posts: 58
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Hi

I've been keeping a urine diary for the last week as I'm going for urodynamics on Thursday. Each time I wee it's in a clear measuring jug- and the last couple of days I"ve noticed these strange floaty white/clear bits in my urine, there's quite a lot of them. They weren't there in the beginning of the week, but obviously, as I don't usually peer at my wee close up, I'm not sure whether they've ever been there before or not! Any ideas anyone?

dallas

Registered: Nov 25, 2007
Posts: 129
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see the thread called 'white peices of something in pee???' Might be the same as you are experiencing? It claims that they are dead skin, sorry I cant help further but i've never had them, thankfully!  

sooty

Registered: July 15, 2007
Posts: 845
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I think its quite common.   As long as the urine is clear and not smelly I wouldnt worry too much
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