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Herbal Treatment For Smelly Urine
See below: You can prevent your urine from having an unpleasant odor by drinking six to eight glasses of water per day. Diluted, uninfected urine does not have a strong or unpleasant odor. Infection is also a cause of foul-smelling urine. If a strong or foul-smelling odor exists, contact your physician for diagnosis and treatment of a possible urinary tract infection. ...Read more
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
No one can tell: A smelly urine is probably due to infection, but not necessarily. If there is infection however, the only reliable way to sort the type of infection out is to do urine culture. The so called empiric treatment is usually tried in simple cases, without culture, targeting a group of possible bacterial organisms depending on the scenario e.g. Older vs younger sexually active persons. ...Read more
Get evaluated: With those symptoms it sounds as if you have some sort of infection. Get an evaluation with your dr. And some simple tests should be able to determine your diagnosis and treatment. Best wishes. ...Read more
UTI? 3 y/o foul smelling urine. No fever, no blood but very smelly urine. How do they test a toddler for a UTI?
Cath urine: When a girl toddler urinates some urine enters and exits their vagina and touches the skin surfaces nearby, creating an opportunity for many things to add odor to the urine. Many accumulate soap debris on their bottom during baths, leading to some itching/digging that can trigger drainage. In this setting, only a "clean catch" or catheter urine sample can assure no extraneous contaminants ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you treat UTI at home? Smelly urine, no pain or burning or itching, sexually active no stds...have had them before but this is milder
Lower back pain, period cramps, heaviness, pelvic pain, and urine incontinence. Smelly urine. No pain, never have to pee. What could this be?
Infection: In spite of a lack of pain including painful urination, you still most likely have a urinary infection. Nevertheless because of the discrepancy of some of your symptoms, you should see your physician to have proper testing and initiate proper treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Asparagus, garlic...: The most well known food to cause urine to have an odor is asparagus, which leads to excretion of dimethyl sulphide, methyl mercaptan, & asparagusic acid that cause the characteristic odor. Garlic can impart odor to the urine, and alter the results of urinalysis tests. Coffee is another food that can cause on off-smelling urine. Fish, onions, cubebs, juniper, & saffron have been implicated. ...Read more
Many possible causes: Of smelly urine: concentrated due to dehydration & low fluid intake causes a strong smell.Urinary infections may be most common cause of foul smelling urine and often alert subjects to presence of uti.Some antibiotics such as Amoxicillin &cipro cause smelly urine as does consuming large volumes of coffee, ie >6cups/day.Classically asparagus has distinctive smell.Others r liver disease & diabetes. ...Read more
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