Bubbles in urine can be a sign of multiple health conditions, including kidney problems, pregnancy, mild dehydration or diabetes, report both Men's Health and FastMed. Urine is a byproduct that includes fluids and other ... More »

Several underlying medical conditions can cause bubbles in the urine. Many of these conditions involve high levels of protein in the urine resulting from kidney malfunction. Health conditions such as infection or dehydra... More »

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Pregnancy, mild dehydration, rapid urination, kidney disease and urinary tract infections can result in bubbles in the urine. Frothy urine is also caused by proteinuria, a condition that allows high amounts of protein to... More »

Reasons why men excrete bad-smelling urine are bladder infection, liver problems, dehydration, diabetes and urinary tract infections, as well as maple syrup urine disease, gastrointestinal-bladder fistula and cystitis. M... More »

Pregnancy, mild dehydration, rapid urination, kidney disease and urinary tract infections can result in bubbles in the urine. Frothy urine is also caused by proteinuria, a condition that allows high amounts of protein to... More »

Leg cramps are caused by a variety of conditions from dehydration and overexercising to alcohol abuse, diabetes and pregnancy, states Dr. Rodanthi Kitridou for Everyday Health. Parkinson's disease and certain medications... More »

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Eating certain foods, diabetes, dehydration and urinary tract infections can cause smelly urine, according to Healthline. Rarely, smelly urine occur due to a liver disease and bladder fistula. More »