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Black dots in urine: causes of black grit in urine

  1. Sometimes you see black grit or black flakes, strings, fluff, granules or dots in the urine. This can be caused by a number of reasons. If you notice these black particles in your urine, you should see a doctor to determine the underlying cause. There are many possible causes of (brown to) black grit in the urine. It can occur in both men and women. In most cases these are remnants of cells in the urinary tract that fall off and are carried with the urine. Certain sediments are also removed from the body through the urine. These deposits contain proteins, leukocytes, white blood cells and bacteria. However, other factors also lead to small or large brown to black dots in the urine.

Black grit in the urine due to diabetes

  1. Black grit or black spots in the urine is one of the symptoms of diabetes. The presence of ketones in the body can lead to the formation of dark particles that are excreted in the urine. Diabetic patients are prone to developing ketonuria

Dark spots in the urine due to problems in the liver

  1. Dark spots in the urine indicate a possible problem in the liver. Liver problems can result in dark sediments in the urine. Excessive amounts of protein in the body can also lead to dark patches in the urine. Bilirubin

Black particles in the urine from urinary tract infection

  1. Black or dark particles in the urine can also appear as a result of a urinary tract infection

Bladder stones

  1. You may notice dark spots in your urine if you have stones in your urinary bladder called bladder stones

Kidney stones

  1. Dark colored particles in the urine If you have kidney stones, you may not notice unless the stones pass through the ureter and flow out with the urine. Dark colored particles are then present in the urine and you can therefore experience pain while urinating

Consult your GP

  1. If you notice black dots or grit in your urine, it is wise to tell your doctor about these symptoms, even if you are not experiencing any pain or discomfort. Whether you have black dots in the urine during pregnancy or as a result of other complications in the body, it is advisable to seek proper medical care in a timely manner. This prevents your health from deteriorating in the meantime.

  2. If you notice black dots or grit in your urine, it is wise to tell your doctor about these symptoms, even if you are not experiencing any pain or discomfort. Whether you have black dots in the urine during pregnancy or as a result of other complications in the body, it is advisable to seek appropriate medical care in a timely manner. This prevents your health from deteriorating in the meantime.



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