Before releasing water into the VF shell, it is advisable to look at the urine, as its color and odor can reveal whether you are ill, doctors advise.
Adults eject two to three liters of urine per day, and the exact amount depends not only on how much fluid you drink.
Normal urine shading is yellow. “The less liquid you drink, the more urine will turn yellow,” says urologist Dr Daniels Schultz Lumpel.
But other colors that can be harmless but also indicate illness can occur. Constantly dark urine is a sign of liver or gall bladder disorders.
“Very rarely urine can be greenish,” says Dr. Schultz Lampel, and explains that the color indicates bacterial infection. Green may cause certain medications, such as antidepressants, while foaming urine is a sign of kidney failure.
The color of the urine decides the nourishment you eat. For instance, blueberry can color violet. Individuals are frequently terrified when they see a red pee, and there is normally no room for panic.
“In the event that you eat beets or a great deal of raspberries, it’s typical for your urine to turn red for some time,” says the urologist.
But if there is an obvious cause of red, then see a doctor right away, as blood in your urine can also be a sign of a serious illness. It is similar to black urine, which can be caused by a tumor.
Besides the color, the smell of urine can say a lot about your health.
“Fresh urine usually has no odor,” said Dr. Schultz Lumpel, explaining that certain odors do not appear until bacteria begin to decompose in the urine. Occasionally however, an occasional change can occur that is often harmless.
“It’s related to food, for example after consuming spaghetti, B vitamins, garlic or a few medications,” the specialist said.
Urine that smells of ammonia can be a sign of urinary tract infections, a sweet and fruity odor indicates diabetes, and if the urine smells of fish, especially in women, it can be an inflammation of the urethra and bladder or some sexually transmitted disease.
For the most part, a therapeutic assessment is suggested if the urine color and odor are uncommon for more than two or three consecutive toilets.
“This is particularly obvious when you have agony, fever or nausea,” says Dr. Schultz Lampel.