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Can an injury from sports give you brown urine?
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In brief: Possible kidney inju
Possible kidney injury. If continues see your doctor.

In brief: Possible kidney inju
Possible kidney injury. If continues see your doctor.
Dr. Marshall Solomon
Dr. Marshall Solomon
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Dr. Vasu Brown
Wound care
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In brief: Sign of OverTraining
Exertional rhabdomyolysis - is a rare, but serious complication of too much exercise.
It can affect people of any race, age, or fitness level. When it occurs after exercise, it doesn't always require the exercise session to be extreme. It appears that the key factor in many cases is an abrupt increase in the intensity of exercise. The other cause could be delayed-onset muscle soreness (doms).

In brief: Sign of OverTraining
Exertional rhabdomyolysis - is a rare, but serious complication of too much exercise.
It can affect people of any race, age, or fitness level. When it occurs after exercise, it doesn't always require the exercise session to be extreme. It appears that the key factor in many cases is an abrupt increase in the intensity of exercise. The other cause could be delayed-onset muscle soreness (doms).
Dr. Vasu Brown
Dr. Vasu Brown
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In brief: Yes
The brown urine is probably blood and you should see a doctor to determine where the bleeding is coming from.

In brief: Yes
The brown urine is probably blood and you should see a doctor to determine where the bleeding is coming from.
Dr. Arnold Beresh
Dr. Arnold Beresh
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