WHAT THE COLOR OF YOUR URINE SAYS ABOUT YOUR HEALTH:
Doctors refer to the standard color of your urine as “urochrome.” Urine naturally carries a yellow pigment. When you’re staying hydrated, your urine will be a light yellow, close-to-clear color.
If you’re getting dehydrated, you’ll notice that your urine is becoming a deep amber or even light brown. Different pigments in the food you eat or medication that you take can be carried through your digestive tract and change the color of your urine.
Sometimes your urine color can be a sign of a health condition that you need to address.
Urine colors can vary depending on what you eat, any medications you’re taking, and how much water you drink. Many of these colors fall on the spectrum of what “normal” urine can look like, but there are cases where unusual urine colors may be a cause for concern.
Below entails some of the urine colors and what it actually means.
To begin with, Transparent
Sign of overhydration. A person has been drinking a little too much water.
Then, Pale Yellow
Means a person is healthy and hydrated.
Also, Transparent Yellow
Moreover, Brownish Orange
Sign of dehydraion or a possible sign of liver disease.
Additionally, Pinkish Red
Possibly a sign of kidney disease, UTI or tumor.
Afterwards, Blue or Green
Sign of rare genetic disease
Last but not least, Dark Yellow
Normal but needs to drink more water.
Sign of kidney disease
There are some cases where urine can be other colors, and doctors can’t determine the cause.
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