Human urine is very useful tool of diagnosis since the earliest days of medicine.
Characteristics of the urine like the color, density, and smell of urine can reveal much about the state of our health. We will present some of the things you can tell from the hue of your liquid excreta.
Urine may have very different colors. Range of color may be from deep amber or honey color to light straw with
1. Transparent (colorless)
This is a clear sign that your body has water in abundance. You are drinking more water than you actually need, so reduce the intake of water.
2.Pale Straw Color
This is normal color of the urine. You are healthy and well hydrated. Keep up this balance.
3. Transparent Yellow
This is another sign that you are healthy. Continue what you are doing.
Normal condition except your body is need hydration. It is good to drink some fluids or water.
5. Honey or amber
Urine with this color occurs in people with low energy levels and the urine signals that you must increase the intake of water and liquids. Drink water as soon as possible because you will dehydrate and this is a serious condition.
6.Syrup or Brown Ale
According lot researches this color shows that you have problem with liver. It may be liver disease or your body is dehydrated.
7. Pink To Reddish
This is a typical color of urine in people who have just taken some blueberries, beets or rhubarb. But, if you have not eaten these veggies and fruits, there is blood in your urine. This is not something very unusual, but it can also indicate that you are suffering from tumors, bladder stones, kidney disease, prostate issues, UTI or some other disease or disorder. Mercury or lead poisoning also results in blood in the urine, so it is better to check your condition.
You may not be drinking enough water. Or you could have a liver or bile duct condition. Or it could be food dye.
9. Blue Or Green
Although it sounds odd, there are people with green or blue urine. Most of them are suffering from genetic diseases that change the color of their urine. In addition, some bacteria can cause infection in the urinary tract. In most cases, this urine color is a result of food dye used in the food or a drug. It is probably nothing serious, but consult your doctor if the urine doesn’t change its color after some period of time.
10.Foaming or Fizzy
It is probably harmless hydraulic effect, if occasional, but could indicate excess protein in your diet or a kidney problem. See a doctor if foaming happens all the time.
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