We don’t normally talk about our trips to the bathroom, but we should. Our bowel movements reveal a lot about our health. One thing you should be talking about with your doctor is the smell of your urine. You may not have noticed it because you probably flush fairly quickly, but the next time you go to the bathroom, pay close attention to the smell. It can offer valuable insight into your health. Don’t worry, we’re not suggesting you stick your nose close to the toilet—just by hovering above the toilet, you’ll be able to smell any odor that is present.When you’re well hydrated, your urine will be clear or a very pale yellow with little to no smell. But when you’re dehydrated, not only is your urine darker, but the smell is much stronger too. Simply increasing your water intake will resolve this problem.Infections of the bacteria in the urinary bladder are produced here. Long-term blooper infection causes urinary tract infection (UTI) problems. This creates problems like irritation, frequent urination or non-urine control in the private part. If this problem increases, then a serious illness can take the form of it. Therefore it is necessary to take the doctor’s treatment at the time.High glucose levels being expelled through urine can cause it to have a sweet smell. This process is also linked to diabetes. Furthermore, you will notice that you’re more thirsty than usual and will probably pee more often.Bacteria that causes a UTI can also change the smell of your urine. Your urine may have a strong ammonia smell, or it can smell sweet. Along with changes in odor, the color of your urine may also be different, appearing cloudy or even containing small traces of blood. Additionally, you may experience a burning sensation, frequent urination, and lower back pain.
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