since new years id say
ive had a really odd smelling pee
normally in the morning
if i drank alot of water it seemed to be okay
so i thought it may have to do with dehydration
but it varies on the day, sometimes it smells like rotting
and other days it smells like a very strong urine smell
i dont no what it is, but its starting to bug me
and im a little worried
ive been having problems with bladder infections as well
that may be a cause?
if anyone knows anything can you help me out?
I had a infection down there which caused my urine to smell like amonia (ammonia). It was so strong it would stay in the bathroom when my family would go in after me.
Also , My step mother has a problem with her urine and it depends on what she eats. If she eats acidic things it smell. The worst is fish, if she eats it her urine smell eactly like fish.
I dont know if this is your case BUT i would say get a urine test done cause if its infection you dont want to let it go to long.
U could have a UTI (Uniary Trap Infection) I had one...My pee was very strong and smelt bad...It smelt so bad i could clean my bathroom then go pee and it smelt like i never even cleaned it..My parents notice and took me to the Doc..I peed in the cup and it came back I had a UTI they gave me sum pills to take and it went away..Hope this helps
I dont think it's anything to worry about if it is mostly in the morning. Thats normal because that is when our urine is the most concentrated and not watered down. As you drink fluids throughout the day the smell should decrease because you are diluting the urine.
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