I knew I always had bubbles in urine but I never really cared about it until I got the nasty HA.
For the past 2 years, I've been trying to not look at my urine when I pee in the toilet. As much as possible, I pee in the shower or I pee while sitting down (I'm a guy).
I know that bubbles in urine can be caused by a lot of things, especially the impact it makes when it hits the toilet from a height. That's why I've been trying to sit down while I urinate as much as possible.
Just this evening, I urinated while sitting down and as usual, my urine hits the side of the toilet. However, I made the stupidest mistake ever by looking at the bowl -- in it, I saw very tiny bubbles. Probably around 7 of them all over the bowl. They were so tiny and didn't pop. They were just there. I panicked and then flushed down the toilet.
This scares me because even when I sit and hit the urine against the side of the toilet, there are still small bubbles! And worse, they don't disappear.
My last urine test was done 2 years ago and it came back normal. I had a CBC blood test last month which showed perfectly normal numbers -- the doctor thinks I don't have an infection and was very happy about my results. Last September, I had a blood sugar test which came back normal.
I am scared that this might be protein in urine. I've read everywhere that this could be a symptom.
The color of the urine was normal and there wasn't really any pain.
Is anybody here experiencing the same thing?