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What could it mean if your pee has been cloudy for the past week?


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2007-04-08 04:47:17
2007-04-08 04:47:17

You may have eaten something that turns it cloudy, you may have not been drinking enough or you may have an infection. If it has been itchy, there is pain above the pelvis when you pee, you have to pee often, the pee smells different, there is blood, or any other symptoms along with cloudiness, you definitely have an infection and should see a doctor. Get a sample bottle from the doctor's office and take a sample in to be tested.

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