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18 FM I have cloudy pee no pain. mom said I haven been drinking enough water and drinking to much soda (mtn dew code red) and that I shouldn't be worry. should I worry? - Asked by C M on 23-May-2015 12:29:10

Answer Count: 2    Disorder Type: Digestive disorders

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    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 25-May-2015 09:25:07

    Hello 

    You must be having some urinary tract infection.If you donot have any other symptoms like burning while urination, abdomen pain or pain while urination or fever then you need not worry. Just take plenty of water as said already. Donot take soda. Take plain water instead. Need not worry. 


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Replied by C M on 29-May-2015 05:51:30

Thank you for your help. Here's another question that's been happening for months. Almost every time I'm on the toilet I feel like I have to poop but I don't feel sick or constipated. is this normal or should I be really worried?

Replied by C M on 29-May-2015 06:07:04

P.S. Once again my mom said it was completely normal. And moms know best.

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    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 29-May-2015 08:06:13

    Constipation is a very common problem and to worry about, just take more Fruits and vegetables in your diet and the problem will be solved.
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Replied by C M on 29-May-2015 08:33:37

thank you

Replied by C M on 03-Jun-2015 08:18:14

Hi, I'm sorry for bugging you again. I'm 18fm. I never had sex. In the morning I can start a good pee flow and sometimes during the day, but the rest of the day I wait 3 or more minutes to finally pee and only a little comes out or is just drips a little then I'm done. there's no pain anywhere. I only really been drinking soda. I'm scared that it is a UTI, stones, or blockage. my mom said my fine but I'm scared.. theres no bad smell and no weird colors.
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