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hello. sometimes when I go to the washroom my urine is very blurry looking. This sometimes means I'm about to get my period but for some reason I'm not getting my period lately. I'm pretty sure I'm not not pregnant.(i have another post about that in the ask scarleteen section. so I'm just kind of wondering what else this could mean?
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By blurry, what do you mean? Cloudy? very concentrated?

If so, between that and the period loss, the first thing I'd ask is about your eating habits. Are you by any chance dieting, or do you have an eating disorder?

As well, when was your last pelivic exam? Are you up-to-date with those examns and anual STI screenings? I ask because bacterial or other infection can be a reason for cloudy urine.

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