Yeast Infection Cloudy Urine

Is Cloudy Urine A Sign Of Candida

Interesting tutorial coming up right now. It'sregarding cloudy urine. I've got a question from a lady in San Francisco called Michio.Must be Japanese names. A Michio from San Francisco is asking me, Eric, I've got cloudyurine. Do I have a yeast infection? Not necessarily. First thing I would get youto do is go to a and get the urine culture to see if it's bacterial or fungalor what the heck's going on. Cloudy urine is not necessarily something really bad. Manypeople have discolored urine or cloudy urine from time to time. It can often signify aurinary tract infection, particularly if you're a young female. Some women can get recurringUTIs, urinary tract infections, or bladder

infections. It's not that uncommon. My daughtershad these on and off, here and there. Many of my patients have had them. There can bevarious reasons for it. With young people, it can mean frequent intercourse or alcoholconsumption. There can be various causes for it.Cloudy urine with pain, however, is a different thing because that can be a more serious sign.Particularly, if you've got pain in the lower back, which can signify kidney pain. If there'sany blood in the urine, you need to get that checked out promptly, of course, any pinkycolor to the urine. But saying that, if you eat beetroot, you could have light red urine.I eat quite a lot of beetroot and sometimes

the stool or the urine can be discolored redfor that reason. So don't automatically panic with cloudy urine. And even don't automaticallypanic if it's tinged red. Think about what you're eating. Think about your sexual history.Think about a lot of different things. Your stress levels. Lots of different things youneed to think about. If you get a consistent pattern of cloudy urine with blood or pain,you need urgent attention, no doubt. But get the urine cultured to see if you've got somekind of an infection like an ecoli infection. A couple of good tips with cloudy urine. Ifyou do have an infection, forget commercial cranberry juice because it's often loadedwith sugar. Go to the health food shop and

buy actual cranberries, get about a tablespoonof these and simmer them up in some hot water for 20 minutes, cover it with a lid, and thendrink two glasses per day. Cranberry like that is very alkaline. It's very good to stopbacterial infections, particularly. DMannose, Mannose is a powder that you canbuy in a health food shop. It's called Mannose. It's fantastic for urinary tract infectionsbecause again it stops ecoli, Escherichia coli or the bacteria from adhering to theurethra, so you'll actually pea out the bacteria rather than affecting the bladder or the urethralwall. So it's a good way to get rid of a bacterial infection.Yeast infection of the bladder is a little

bit different. You need to treat it more holistically,systemically, digestion. But the big thing with these infections is you've got to cutthe sugar. You really need to cut sugar. And also with a bacterial infection, you needto make those diet changes or you're wasting your time. Treating infection is one thing;preventing infection is the smart thing. If you're going to be dumb, you'll keep goingback for recurring treatment like a lot of people do. If you're intelligent, you'll treatthe infection, eradicate it, and prevent recurrence of infection. That to me is intelligence.So that's a key thing for you to do. Some key foods for you to eat for strengtheningthe urinary tract up are lots of high quality

vegetables, lean proteins, lots and lots ofwater, but the big thing is not to drink alcohol. Caffeine sparingly, but no alcohol with anykind of urinary problem. It's quite bad. And also, lots of heavy proteins like red meats.Fish and chicken are better meats to eat, I feel, for kidney function rather than thingslike red meats. Temporarily cut back on heavy protein, increase water intake, and look atthings like these cranberries. You can also get different kidney formulations,herbal ones that help to really tonify these areas. Don't automatically assume you've gota Candida infection with cloudy urine. Get it cultured first. And in many cases, it'llbe an ecoli infection. Recurring antibiotics

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