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any advice? i have had this odor not really strong but i can smell it when i urinate and gets stronger when i sweat?

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Dr. James Lin
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Here are some...: What you described could be quite normal and naturally expected for you as long as the urinalysis from properly collected urine is normal. Why? Fresh urine from individuals is unique, reflecting urine concentration and foods consumed, and urine order evolves and changes to more offensiveness after exposing to air - the longer, the worse. On top of such, sweat + skin bacteria - together, more odor.

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