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The first cause of smell in urine can be a urinary tract infection. Other than that even dehydration can cause smell in urine. Consumption of certain foods, such as asparagus (which can impart a characteristic odor to urine), and taking some medications may alter the odor of urine. Get a urine examination done to rule out UTI and drink plenty of water and fluids.
If the symptoms persist then get it investigated from a physician.
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