These 7 Different Colors Of Urine Tell About Your Health

Akash Kumar Mishra
3 Min Read
Urine Colour

Every healthy person goes to urinate 8 to 9 times in 24 hours. This is a natural process and is necessary for everyone. Usually, the colour of urine is light yellow. Still, sometimes, when we see a different colour, we learn about our health because, along with urine, toxic substances in the body also come out. However, we are talking about the colours of urine, which tells us about many diseases.

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Therefore, every time you urinate, you should pay attention to its colour. While urinating, keep many things in mind, such as the amount of urine and how often you go to urinate and especially pay attention to the colours. The colour of urine is clear, like water or light yellow. Because urine contains a chemical called urochrome, which is continuously produced inside the body, let us know what information the different colours of urine give.

Light Yellow

The light yellow indicates that you are not drinking enough water. You need to drink more water. In addition, the colour of urine can become light yellow due to kidney disease or diabetes.

Dark Yellow

The dark yellow colour of urine indicates that your body lacks. Therefore, drink at least 8-10 glasses of water or liquid daily. (Milk, lemon water and coconut water) When there is no water shortage in the body, the colour of urine becomes clear automatically.

Dull Color

The colour of urine becomes cloudy when there is a risk of severe infection. This can also be due to bladder infection and is also the cause of many diseases.

Red Color

If your urine appears red, there are different reasons for it. First, if you consume beetroot or juice in your food, your urine will become red. The second reason is also due to medicine. Still, if these two reasons are not behind red-coloured urine, you should consult a doctor because this often happens due to severe problems like kidney disease, infection, or cancer.

Brown Color

An infection in the liver or gallbladder causes brown-coloured urine. Apart from this, it can also happen due to blockage in the bile duct.

Beige Color

In the case of diabetes, the colour of urine becomes light brown. When the glucose level in your blood increases, this sugar starts coming through urine.

Blue Color

If you have not taken medicine or eaten a colourful diet and your urine is blue even after this, it could be hypercalcemia (too much calcium in the blood). This disease mainly occurs in children.

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