Okay, so body fluids aren't the sexiest topic in conversation. You can even take the "out of sight and out of mind" approach to all body secretions and excreta.
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4. Stoller says that what your urine looks like
pale and plenty of urine is ideal. But the color can range from light amber to dark amber, even on the same day. You don't have to worry about dark, fluorescent yellow or orange-red urine, which means you're dehydrated, vitamin C is too high, or you eat red foods like beets. but some colours are more worrying. For example, dark, brown urine may be a sign of porphyria, a disease that threatens the nervous system. Use this as a reminder that it's time to see a doctor, especially when you have other symptoms, such as abdominal pain and sensitivity to light. The blood in your urine means that you may be dealing with straightforward things, such as urinary tract infections or kidney stones, which are often accompanied by other painful symptoms. No pain? It may be more serious, such as bladder cancer. Either way, make an appointment to identify potential problems. If your urine is orange, you should also see an expert. This may indicate that your liver is not working properly, especially when your skin and eyes are yellow. Attention should also be paid to the smell of your urine. Healthy people's urine should not emit too much odor, because it is mainly composed of water. But sweet-smelling urine may be a sign of diabetes, or your metabolism may be abnormal, and the smell of mildew may be related to liver disease. Remember, not all smells are bad news: drugs and food may cause your urine to stink temporarily. Yes, asparagus urine is real.