Past few days when I went to bathroom I have been peeing orange pee. I know sounds strange but can it have to do with like hormones. I think I had implant bleeding last week that first time I saw it on first day of implant bleeding. Anyone have this. Don't smell or happen any other time of day. Also have no pain. Thanks everyone.:)
I have a similar thing going on. I am 9w2d and my pee is a strange color, kind of a dark orange, and has been for several weeks. I have severe "morning" sickness and vomit a lot, all day long... so I've been really dehydrated which may explain the color. I was recently prescribed Zofran and it is helping, but my pee is still a weird color. I have been unable to keep any pre-natal vitamins down :( but I know those can change urine color too. Could be any of those things for you! I'm sure its nothing to worry about. Best wishes to you! :)
I am 12wks 2 days and have peed orange 3 times now I have a appointment tomorrow at 2:30pm and I am dying to find out why the H** am I peeing orange..... I tried to ask but they are telling me maybe its a UTI but I dont have any pain or burning or anything!!!! So if I find out tomorrow I will try to let you know!
It could be possible to have a UTI and have not signs or symptoms other than the color of the pee. When I get UTI, I don't even know I have them until they test me at the Dr. office. While it is possible for your urine to change colors depending what you have consumed, I would call my Dr. anyways and check to see if they can get you in for a pee test. Better safe than sorry.
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