Is clear urine a sign of anything awful? I've been on Imuran, Actigall, and Toprol for a year (AIH) About 3 weeks ago started Maxzide. Did have excellent labs with blood draw on 6/14 but the labs for 7/15 showed an increase in AST and ALT so I stopped the Maxzide and upped the Imuran from 75mg to 100mg. I've also been having strange bladder issues - it doesn't empty all the way, frequent need to go, feels like I've maybe got a UTI, but the culture was perfectly clean. Urine seemed a bit pale for the past week or so, and now it's completely clear. I've never experenced such. Is this something that can be a concern?
I wouldn't be concerned over clear urine. The dark colored urine is what is concerning as far as I know. I also take the Imuran, sometimes, I am clear, sometimes not, depending I think on how long I hold. And yes, I tinkle quite often sometimes if I drink alot of coffee or water.
So I wouldn't be too concerned unless you feel you may have a urinary tract infection.
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