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Vitamin D / K2 caused bladder infection and foul smell in urine

Has anyone else heard of Vitamin D or K2 causing a bladder infection or foul smelling urine? I realized it might be that because it's the only thing that changed. And once I stopped it went away.
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A true bladder/urinary infection is unlikely to just "go away" without antibiotics.  Many things you eat/drink can cause temporary burning and/or foul smelling in your urine.

Vitamin D is, typically, a gel cap and there's nothing in it to cause a foul smell or an infection.  I suppose it's possible that vitamin K2 could cause a bad smell, though I've never heard of it or had it happen.  We're all different.
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