Do You Know Your Urine Says Different Things About Your Health!

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Always you do not have the same kind of urine…! Different urine gives a different picture of your health.

Here are some vital signs and signals that you must not as they inform you about what is going on inside your body :

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SWEET SMELL

It is not because of anything fresh you have taken. According to Dr. Holy Philip, “Sweet smell in urine is sometimes important in the diagnosis of diabetes. It shows that your blood sugar level is not ok.” If your urine smells sweet, then you should go for a diabetes check.

IT ISN’T TRANSPARENT

This could be a signal of ‘urinary tract infection’. The unusual colour could be of bacteria and red blood cells. You might be feeling well but don’t ignore the change in colour of urine.

RED COLOR

Sometimes it happens because of excess intake of watermelon or other red fruits, but if the colour is too red, then it could be blood in urine. It could be an infection, stone in kidney or even cancer.

TOO MUCH SMELL

Urine usually stinks, but if the smell is too harsh, then it could be a signal of a bladder infection. If it has a rotten smell, then you should immediately consult a doctor.

IRRITATION WHILE URINATING

Some people say that it happens when we eat too many chillies or spices. It usually happens because of lack of water in your body. But if you are taking enough water and still feeling irritation while peeing, then it could be a signal of urinary infection.

FREQUENT URINATION

It is a primary signal of urinary tract infection. If you are feeling irritation every-time you urinate, or feeling to pee very frequently, then it is a symptom of a disease. It happens in males after the age of 60. In women, it could be a signal of pregnancy. Hormonal changes increase blood flow to Liver. It sometimes happens because of excess caffeine or alcohol.

So next time you notice any of the symptoms or differ mentioned above, don’t ignore, immediately see a doctor.

Read also: Important health facts people with diabetes should know 
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