In healthy human beings, a small amount of protein is present in the urine excreted. However, when large amounts of urine is excreted in the urine, the condition is called proteinuria. Levels of protein is regulated by the glomeruli in the kidneys. If the protein has passed by the glomeruli filtration and entered the urine, it only means that the glomeruli are inflamed or damaged. So how is this related to bubbles in urine? Well, the protein rich urine reacts with the atmospheric air during urination and hits the water in the toilet bowl to produce bubbles in urine. After urination, the toilet bowl contains abnormally large number of bubbles. Read more on too much protein in urine.
Symptoms of Too Much Protein in Urine:
In the early stage, proteinuria can be asymptomatic, i.e. there may not be definite symptoms to suspect the condition. A high concentration of protein may, however, cause foamy or bubbly urine. This happens mainly because of the fact that protein reacts with air. So, when urine is expelled from the body, it comes in contact with air and results in foamy urine. In the later stage, when a large amount of protein is removed from the blood, the condition can cause edema. This can cause swelling of the feet, hands and abdomen.
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