Strange urine?

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Prayer247
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   Posted 3/19/2010 10:07 PM (GMT -7)   
I have a symptom or issue that everytime I bring up to my primary physician or my GI (well any dr at that), it's like they don't listen or ignore me.
 
Sometimes when I eat something high in sugar,  chips, etc.. (JUNK) I don't have major pain but my urine is like syrup. That is all I know how to discribe it. It's also if I eat that then hold the urine in (I know that's bad) I try not to do it anymore. Anyways.. It is thick syrup feeling and it freaks me out.
 
Yes, I have brought it up and they just nod their head & then look at me like I'm a freak. So does anyone have this issue or no what it could be from so I can get it checked out.  I just didn't know if it was a symptom of crohn's. I even thought diabetes cause it's with high sugary foods & junk foods.
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Sweetie,
I am sorry. Forum rules state that you can only have 10 lines (total) or less in your sig and right now yours has 13.  You can go to your control panel and reduce it down to 10 lines that would be great. 
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Navy
P.S. This should work, but I think I might have missed something...
 

"It's 1 health issue after another so quickly. I feel like I'm losing my mind!"

 Diagnosed Feb. 2007 w/Crohn's- 2010 6 erosions on small intestine, flat polyp removed

Asthma 1992 (found out by blowing a hole in my lungs air was trapped under my skin- sounded like rice crispies crackling)

Swollen & Painful hip & knees!! NON STOP!- Partial meniscus removal March 2009 (Still not 100% recovered), Epidural Steroidal Injection C4&C6 herniated disks April 2007

Tonsilectomy/Adnoidectomy & Tubes Sept. 2007 @ 30yrs old

Macrodantin-daily for 3 months (UTI), Pentasa-8daily for 1month & 4daily thereafter, Hyoscyamine-As needed for abdominal pain

Post Edited By Moderator (MMMNAVY) : 3/20/2010 11:12:07 AM (GMT-6)


Equestrian Mom
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   Posted 3/20/2010 4:25 AM (GMT -7)   
does the odor change, too?
Crohn’s dx 1989
some terrible years before my
Proctocolectomy in 2008


MMMNAVY
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   Posted 3/20/2010 9:53 AM (GMT -7)   
well this is going to sound rather self evident, but you have a disease that effects your intestines, you might want to rethink eatting junk.

It could be pre-dia...
It could also be dyhydration due to malnution, I am the posterchild of being fat and still having malnution issues.
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Prayer247
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   Posted 3/20/2010 12:08 PM (GMT -7)   
yeah, I have altered my diet recently. Before when this was happening I was still in denial that I had a disease. it has taken me 2 years to slap me in the face. I just got my meds again today. Had my 2nd colonoscopy just this past Thursday that confirmed it all.

No strong odor that I noticed and it's been 3 weeks since this has happened but it didn't happen daily anyways. Also, I have taken control of my diet & fluids. Before I didn't drink enough so dehydration could be a huge factor.

Thank you guys so much. I will need some guidance and help understanding. I'm stubborn! ;-)
"It's 1 health issue after another so quickly. I feel like I'm losing my mind!"
 
Diagnosed Feb. 2007 w/Crohn's
6 erosions on small intestine 2010
1 flat polyp removed 2010
Asthma 1992 (found out by blowing a hole in my lungs air was trapped under my skin- sounded like rice crispies crackling)
Swollen & Painful hip & knees!! NON STOP!
I was once not allergic to anything yet finding more & more that this is changing.
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Epidural Steroidal Injection C4&C6 herniated disks April 2007
Tonsilectomy/Adnoidectomy & Tubes Sept. 2007 @ 30yrs old (DO NOT recommend for any adult)
Partial meniscus removal March 2009 (Still not 100% recovered)
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Macrodantin-daily for 3 months (UTI), Pentasa-8daily for 1month & 4daily thereafter, Hyoscyamine-As needed for abdominal pain(haven't taken yet)


Prayer247
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   Posted 3/21/2010 11:19 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey MMMNavy, I fixed my sig. I couldn't figure out how to send you a message personally & my email is down for now.
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Got it thanks so much!

Post Edited By Moderator (MMMNAVY) : 3/21/2010 1:19:50 PM (GMT-6)


Howlyncat
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   Posted 3/21/2010 11:33 AM (GMT -7)   
i like you had urine kinda like syrup and my prob was malnutrition not drinking enough water....but thats me ...make your doc listen he/ she works for you..again ,y opinion..lyn
Long Time Member of da Family

Crohns..Fibromyalgia,,Neuropathy...Deaf...Seizures Pyoderma gangrenosum


Co mod for Crohns...Anxiety/Panic and Alzheimers

lyn

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