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Urine colors Clear. Clear urine indicates that you’re drinking more than the daily recommended amount of water. While being hydrated Yellowish to amber. The color of “typical” urine falls on the spectrum of light yellow to a deeper amber color.
The Red or pink. While urine. In many cases, the color of a person’s urine can indicate whether or not they are drinking enough water. Clear urine often indicates proper hydration.
In some cases of clear urine, however, a. When you don’t consume enough fluids, your urine becomes more concentrated and turns a darker yellow color (honey-colored or amber). Certain foods, antibiotics, laxatives, medical conditions and dyes can also temporarily turn your urine a different shade. Learn what’s normal and what’s not in this urine color char. The shade, light or dark, also changes.
If it has no color at all, that may be because you’ve been drinking a lot of water or taking a drug called a diuretic, which helps your body get rid of. However, sometimes a change in urine color may indicate a health condition. Pinkish-red may indicate a urinary tract infection or blood in the urine.
Dark brown, orange, or reddish colors may indicate a kidney or liver condition. If discolored urine continues or you have additional symptoms, it’s wise to see a healthcare provider. Red or pink urine may be due to the presence of whole red blood cells, free hemoglobin, porphyrin or myoglobin in the urine.
Blood in the urine (hematuria) may not always be due to any disease (pathological) as is the case with strenuous exercise. The presence blood in the urine may also not be caused by bleeding from the urinary tract. Brown or black urine may indicate a liver condition. Orange is often the result of taking certain medications.
Milky-white urine color may indicate a urinary tract infection. Blue and green colors typically result from diagnostic test dyes. Milky-white urine color may indicate a urinary tract infection. Blue and green colors typically result from diagnostic test dyes.
Purple urine may occur when someone has a urinary catheter. What does the color of urine mean. Urine of an abnormal color appears different from the usual straw-yellow color.
Abnormally colored urine may be cloudy, dark, or blood-colored. Discolored urine is often caused by medications, certain foods or food dyes. In some cases, though, changes in urine color can be caused by specific health problems. If your urine is without visible urochrome or yellow pigment, it’s considered colorless urine, appearing “clear” to you.
This colorless urine is sometimes due to drinking an excess of water, while.
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