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 Post subject: Question from my husband re: pee
PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 1:05 am 
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"Why does some pee foam and not other pee?"

My pee has never "foamed" and this question freaked me out so I'm throwing it to the internet. Anybody have any insight?

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 Post subject: Re: Question from my husband re: pee
PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 1:19 am 
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My pee has never foamed, but I'm a girl and I sit while I pee, so it's never even bubbly looking... I just asked my boyfriend and he says when he pees with a strong stream it gets a little bubbly, but never foamy.

My cousin (who has kidney problems) said that if each time you pee it's foamy, it means there's excess protein in the urine, and could be a sign that something's wrong with kidney function... Foamy pee maybe once a month is probably just due to ingesting excess protein. (My cousin's dealt with lots of people examining her pee, so she's my go-to pee lady.)

So, unless your husband notices a bunch of foam every time he pees, I think he's okay. It doesn't hurt to see a doctor about it, though, especially if he does see the foam a lot.


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My pee has never foamed.

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I have never noticed foamy pee! Could there be something in the water - toilet cleaner or something, that's there sometimes but not others?


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I think this is just a guy thing. And I just figured it came from the, uh... velocity. But what do I know, my knowledge of pee science is underwhelming.

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Never had foam here either!


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No foamy pee here. I think it's a dude thing.

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I think the too much protein thing is right on. Like beach foam that caused by organic matter and protein in the water.

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I always figured the bubbling was due to the extra height of standing. P-style (and similar devices) users and guys who sit: does your pee bubble or foam?

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I don't think this is a medical mystery.

If you pour water into the toilet from waist height, it'll be all bubbly and make a mess. (I urge you all to try this tonight.)

If you pour water into the toilet from toilet-seat height, it'll be all feminine.

This is science.

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 Post subject: Re: Question from my husband re: pee
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FootFace wrote:
I don't think this is a medical mystery.

If you pour water into the toilet from waist height, it'll be all bubbly and make a mess. (I urge you all to try this tonight.)

If you pour water into the toilet from toilet-seat height, it'll be all feminine.

This is science.


from now on i'm definitely only referring to my pee as 'feminine water'.

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From now on I'm referring to my water as "feminine pee"

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It always gets all bubbly when you pee into a toilet that's filled with cleaning liquid. I hope that's his problem.

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FootFace wrote:
I don't think this is a medical mystery.

If you pour water into the toilet from waist height, it'll be all bubbly and make a mess. (I urge you all to try this tonight.)

If you pour water into the toilet from toilet-seat height, it'll be all feminine.

This is science.


This doesn't really explain why he would say "why does some pee foam and not other pees" because he's probably not changing the distance of his own peeing. Unless ...you know... he is.

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Lady water is also acceptable.

As is waterings.

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Fee wrote:
FootFace wrote:
I don't think this is a medical mystery.

If you pour water into the toilet from waist height, it'll be all bubbly and make a mess. (I urge you all to try this tonight.)

If you pour water into the toilet from toilet-seat height, it'll be all feminine.

This is science.


This doesn't really explain why he would say "why does some pee foam and not other pees" because he's probably not changing the distance of his own peeing. Unless ...you know... he is.


Unless he meant why does some pee (men's) foam, whilst other pee (women's) does not?

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How does he know ladypee doesn't? Do I want to know?

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Fee wrote:
How does he know ladypee doesn't? Do I want to know?


no.

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Yet another mystery solved by the ppk.


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 Post subject: Re: Question from my husband re: pee
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Fee wrote:
It always gets all bubbly when you pee into a toilet that's filled with cleaning liquid. I hope that's his problem.


I think this solves the mystery. He does all the bathroom cleaning at our house and he usually dumps the cleaning stuff in and leaves it for a while. I bet he's peeing on top of it.

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