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The first thing I do when I wake up - go to the bathroom. Yesterday and today my urine was extremely cloudy. It looked like melted french vanilla ice cream. Not as thick, but that color. My mom says its because I do not drink any water - AT ALL. I do not have any stomach aches, or anything associated with a bladder infection or UTI. So is it just because I don't drink enough? I never drink water, during a day I usually just have pop, coffee, or sometimes kool-aid if i feel like making it. The only other symptom would probably be on waking feeling like I have to really go, but when I do, its very little and very cloudy. It only happened twice, and only when I first wake up. I'm 15 - female. thanks for anything!
Extremely cloudy urine is abnormal and is not just because of being dehydrated, it's possibly from infection, kidney problems, contamination from vaginal discharge, or other things. Go see your pediatrician!
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