Im a 21 year old college dude living with UC here in the USA, was diagnosed back in JAN 2010
Been on the SCD Diet since day one and been taking 3 lialdas every morning
Take a multivitamin everymeal along with a vitamin D pill
I enjoy frolfing, being outdoors, camping, fishing,chillin with friends, watching/playing soccer, love nature!
Fowl Urine Smell:
Hey their fellow UCERS!
Wondering if anyone has ever experienced having a fowl urine smell when they urinate?
The last few weeks I noticed this, especially in the morning/middle of the night, I have a bad fowl to my urine. Its mostly cloudy in color, but it has a weird smell to it, pretty nasty! I’ve been going alot more than usual, even though I have increased my water intake..
I was taking some Canasa rectal suppositories last week, not sure if they could of caused this? Although I have taken them before and didn’t experience this.
Not sure what has caused this. could possibly be E coli?… I’m actually going to get this checked out tomorrow. I’m not sure exactly what test I will have to do
Prob going to get a blood or urine test… I’m thinking it could be a Urinary Tract Infection, or Bladder Infection, both don’t sound very pleasant and can spread to the kidneys!… I’m sure the only way to rid myself of this is to get on antibiotics….. I have had a bad last experience with antibiotics, back in Jan 2011 when I was diagnosed I took Cipro and Flagyl, seemed to make my UC way worse, SO NOW I’M FREAKING OUT…. I’m very nervous about what is wrong with me, and not sure if this is common with Ulcerative Colitis Has anyone had bad reactions with these antibiotics, I know antibiotics kill the bad bacteria, but don’t they also destroy the good gut bacteria? Should I take a good probiotic?
I’m also scared this could be a sign of diabetes….
So wondering if this has ever happened to anyone with UC, or does anyone know any natural remedies to fix something like this?? I will have to reply with the results once I find out…
THANKS SO MUCH! Please help me out!!!
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