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COLOR OF PEE

Check your health through the color of urine
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Juwon Lee

on 9 December 2013

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Transcript of COLOR OF PEE

Urine may have a variety of colors.
It usually ranges from a deep amber or honey color to a light straw color, with many golden variations in between.
" The color of urine can tell you
a lot about your body. "
Let's check your health !
Compare with your urine
(TRANSPARENT)
NO COLOR
You're drinking a lot of water.
You may want to cut back.
PALE STRAW
You're normal, healthy and well-hydrated.
TRANSPARENT
YELLOW
You're normal.
DARK YELLOW
Normal, but drink some water soon.
AMBER
Your body isn't getting enough water.
HONEY
OR
Drink some now.
SYRUP
BROWN
OR
You could have liver disease.
Or severe dehydration.
Drink water and see your doctor if it persists.
Pink
REDDISH
TO
Have you eaten beets, blueberries or rhubarb recently?
It could be nothing. or it could be a sign of
Drink water and see your doctor if it persists.
If not, you may have blood in your urine
ORANGE
You may not be drinking enough water.
Or you could have a liver or bile duct condition.
Or it could be food dye.
Contact your doctor.
Okay, this is different.
Also certain bacteria can infect the urinary tract.
But it's probably a food dye in something you ate.
BLUE
GREEN
OR
There is a rare genetic disease that can turn
your urine blue or green.
Or a medication.
You won't die from it, but see your doctor if it persists.
PURPLE
There is no such things as purple urine.
A harmless hydraulic effect, if occasional.
FOAMING
FIZZING
OR
But could indicate excess protein in your diet
or a kidney problem.
See a doctor if foaming happens all the time.
kidney disease, tumors, urinary tract infections,
- Source from Cleveland Clinic -
OUTSIDE INFLUENCES
Stuff you can change the color of your urine.
For instance, Some medications, laxatives, chemotherapy drugs and dyes doctors give you to diagnose urinary tract infections can make your urine darker than normal.
Are you taking any of these things?
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