A 101-year-old female asked:
No vitamins,nothing different at all, sudden neon bright yellow urine cause? no meds or anything. difficulty fully urinating is only problem. not dehydrated either
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Emergency Medicine 48 years experience
Infection : Is suggested by this "difficulty fully urinating". Is there an odor to the urine? If you pee into a clean jar and leave it out overnight is there a strong odor? If yes to either, then you probably have a urinary tract infection and will need a consult for an antibiotic. Meanwhile, you can drink lots of cranberry juice, but usually not curative. Good luck!
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