Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

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Re: Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

Postby jon albert » Tue Sep 06, 2016 9:21 pm

crakayl wrote:i have the same problem with stringy discharge or worm like things during first stage urination, this started after major heart surgery 6 weeks ago aortic valve replacement. after the op i had a catheter in place for a few days. 3 weeks ago it started with stringy blood during first stage urination which samples were sent away then doc asked for another sample to be sent away and then he wanted to see me but did not confirm anything or give any medication, but asked me to wait another 2 weeks and provide another sample which is due next week, the day after seeing the doc the blood in this stringy gel or worm has disappeared but im now still left with this stringy gel or worm during first stage urination. im at my wits end with this, any help please

It might be the case but i think it is due to increase turbidity of urine!
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Re: Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

Postby juneg1981 » Tue Dec 06, 2016 9:16 pm

Yes I've just started noticing them they are not big at all I have no pain I have been dealing with a groin muscle strain for a little over three month how had U.A.s all negative so far std test all negative I constantly worry about my health it drives me crazy what are these things I've told drs but they always dont seem worried like its nothing very strong in Christian faith I trust did just not drs someone have any answers I get anxiety really bad
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Re: Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

Postby cassiopeiamari » Sat Feb 04, 2017 9:49 am

Hi, I know this post is a little bit old, but I have had the same experience as many of you. Parasites are a huge problem, as they cause symptoms that are easily used to diagnose other common illnesses by doctors without addressing the real cause of the problem. The white strings are often pieces of parasitic worms, or their eggs. I would recommend a natural remedy that kills off the parasites within the intestines by drinking wormwood tea, black walnut extract (or tea) every morning, and eat 2 cloves of raw garlic (can be cooked also with a diminished effect), cayenne pepper and citrus foods. Do this for 3 days. Other than that, maintain a plant based diet, preferably consisting of raw foods only, as this will help the process along. Papaya seeds are known to have extraordinary effects as well. Now that you have paralyzed and killed the parasites, you have to eliminate them from your body, otherwise they may clog up your lymph, cardiac or digestive system. Ideally you would combine this cleanse with a distilled water fast for about a week and water/urine/coffee enemas twice a day. It works wonders, as it really cleans out the digestive system from anything useless and toxic. Your gut is as important as
your brain, as it is the way we feed our bodies. If your gut is sick, all other organs will be affected as well. If you clean up your gut, so that it can absorb the nutrients in your food correctly, your entire body will be able to detox as well, as you cleaned the 'exit' for those toxins. Parasites can travel to all sorts of parts of the body, and this is one of the ways to get rid of them for good, without endangering your health in the longs run :)
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Re: Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

Postby SimonJoshep » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:13 am

Strange thing!! What did your doctor say about it?
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Re: Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

Postby stajerka » Thu May 11, 2017 4:39 am

Morgellons in urine and feces

Morgellons gel particles in 8.0 pH urine
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Re: Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

Postby R30 » Sun Jul 30, 2017 6:47 pm

Every time I've noticed this in my urine it has been sent off for analysis. Every time the hospital have told me that it's excess protein and nothing to be concerned about. Also tends to happen in women more if they are menstruating as well.
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Re: Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

Postby Princess718 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 5:50 am

Have you found a cure to this
I'm seriously driving myself crazy with this
No1 knows what it is
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Re: Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

Postby ConfusedMom » Sat Apr 07, 2018 1:23 am

This is exactly what I have been experiencing for the past 2 months! My doctor told me she didn’t care/wasn’t going to test it and that she thought I was on drugs. Needless to say I found a new doctor but I still have no aswers!? My urine looks exactly like the other pics posted—- the white long sticky stringy particles... Did ANYONE get any answers??
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Re: Anyone experienced worm-like white discharge in urine?

Postby keithmckd2 » Mon Aug 13, 2018 10:37 pm

I had them years ago (post tx).

My gp (the then practice lead gp.. now moved on) said they were probably casts.

I had an ultrasound (with a consultant radiologist) and there was a mild unspecified issue with my ureter (the bit from the kidney to the bladder). The docs tweaked my immune suppression and the 'casts' problem went away.

I don't remember any more detail than that I'm afraid.. but it didn't seem to alarm anyone and hasn't recurred (that I've noticed) in the best part of a decade.

I find that it's difficult to tell sometimes whether docs actually don't know or, if there's not much to be done / no need to do anything, whether they pretend not to know!

Either way, if they really are ureter casts then any consultant level nephrologist would know imo.
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