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being or containing an acid

being sour to the taste

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Normal person within 2 to 3 hours to excrete acidic urine pH below 5, usually 4.
At any time, a combination of high-purine foods, insufficient fluids, insufficient opportunities to urinate, and overly acidic urine might cause the formation of urate uroliths.
Researchers have found that patients with the metabolic syndrome tend to have highly acidic urine, which increases the risk of developing kidney stones.
A diet low in the minerals that form the crystals and produces an acidic urine to help dissolve them will usually stop the problem.
In calcium oxalate stone formers, an acidic urine is desirable, but urate stone formers should achieve an alkaline urine to prevent uric acid crystals from forming stones.
One theory has been that cranberry juice creates and acidic urine that may discourage or even kill bacteria.
Urine analysis revealed bilirubinuria (+ ++), glucosuria (++), proteinuria (++), ketonuria (++++), isosthenuria and acidic urine pH.
1] Various clinical conditions promote acidic urine, including chronic diarrhea, excessive purine intake and gouty diathesis (idiopathic low urine pH).
A Dogs have acidic urine, which can burn grass if it's always done on the same patch, so you must train him to go further afield.
People with type 2 (non--insulin-dependent) diabetes have highly acidic urine, a metabolic feature that explains their greater risk for developing uric acid kidney stones, according to a study at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.