Has it always been like that? Stupid question since you wouldn't worry if is has. Sorry.
Seems to me that bubbly urine is just caused by a strong urine stream: the stronger the stream, the more bubbles produced. If that's the only problem, then it's certainly NO problem. After drinking coffee or soda, you'll need to **** and have a fuller bladder, causing the froth which you describe. Good fun.
Apart from the strong urine stream theory, I'm afraid I'm at a loss. Bubbles caused by the urine stream usually last a long time, by the way. But aside from that, my next guess would be urinary tract or bladder infection, or maybe something funny which you drank or ate (on a regular basis, I suppose)...
Yeah, it's really normal. Actually, when I was younger, I used to move the aim of the urine stream around in the toilet to produce as much foam as possible... I though it was cool... I was a weird kid, though, very weird.
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