Typically, a change in that appearance of clear urine can indicate a problem in the urinary tract, reproductive, endocrine or cardiovascular systems, or other organs. Because nearly eight million visits to doctors result in a UTI diagnosis, it is one of the initial suspects of urine cloudiness. However, if a patient has experienced high blood pressure, stiff joints, fever, unusual vaginal or penile discharge, nausea or swollen lymph nodes, it is a sign that the physician needs to do some deeper investigating. Someone exhibiting these symptoms could be expressing signs of bladder cancer, prostate gland inflammation, cardiovascular disease, autoimmune disease, sickle cell anemia, lymphoma or leukemia. Any of these diseases will require an advanced treatment plan.
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