2. Cloudy urine
If you have a bladder infection, your immune system is fighting bacteria inside your bladder. Often, when you discharge urine, some of those bacteria, and some immune cells or the secondary products of their activity, will dissolve in the urine and eventually come out.
This will give it a cloudy tone. Usually, urine is yellowish but transparent, has no foam or heterogeneous look. If you see that your urine isn’t perfectly transparent, chances are that something odd is going on with your bladder.
You should go to a doctor and they might ask for a urine sample in order to study it and figure out what is causing the loss of transparency.