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Dark urine: causes of dark colored urine

  1. Dark urine or pee can indicate highly concentrated urine due to too little drinking, but dark urine can also indicate an underlying condition. What are the most common causes of dark urine or dark colored pee? Normally, urine is a clear, yellowish liquid, slightly acidic with a faint, slightly broth-like odor. The yellow color of urine comes from a dye that is related to the bile dye. The kidneys have an important function to maintain the water balance in the body. The urine is highly concentrated and dark in color (dark urine) in case of severe fluid loss (for example, by sweating heavily during intense exercise or fever) or with limited fluid absorption. Everyone knows that phenomenon. You become dehydrated and the amount of urine is small and concentrated. Concentrated, dark urine has a strong odor. What conditions and conditions can cause dark urine?

  2. Dark urine or pee can indicate highly concentrated urine due to insufficient drinking, but dark urine can also indicate an underlying condition. What are the most common causes of dark urine or dark colored pee? Normally, urine is a clear, yellowish liquid, slightly acidic with a faint, slightly broth-like odor. The yellow color of urine is due to a dye that is related to the bile dye. The kidneys have an important function to maintain the water balance in the body. The urine is highly concentrated and dark in color (dark urine) in case of severe fluid loss (for example, by sweating heavily during intense exercise or fever) or with limited fluid absorption. Everyone knows that phenomenon. You become dehydrated and the amount of urine is small and concentrated. Concentrated, dark urine has a strong odor. What conditions and conditions can cause dark urine?

Dark urine and strong odor due to dehydration

  1. Dehydration or dehydration can have various causes. There may be a decreased intake of fluids or an increased loss of fluids (for example, by sweating profusely from vigorous exercise or fever), or a combination of both. Dark urine from drinking too little

  2. Dehydration or dehydration can have various causes. There may be a decreased intake of fluids or an increased loss of fluids (for example by sweating profusely due to heavy physical exertion or fever), or a combination of both. Dark urine from drinking too little

Dark-colored urine from food

  1. Certain foods can darken your urine. Eating large amounts of fava beans, rhubarb, or aloe vera can cause dark brown urine. Also sorbitol, beetroot, blackberry, carotene and B vitamins

Cola-colored urine due to acute hepatitis B

  1. Hepatitis is liver inflammation. There are different types of hepatitis. Hepatitis B

Brown urine due to rhabdomyolysis

  1. Rhabdomyolys can also cause dark urine. Rhabdomyolys, also called myoglobulinuria syndrome, refers to breakdown of muscle tissue accompanied by muscle cramps

Liver cirrhosis

  1. Liver cirrhosis results from chronic liver disease and is characterized by irreversible damage to liver tissue. Liver cirrhosis can be the result of many causes: an infection, a poisoning or a disease. The liver cells first become infected, then they die and are replaced by scar tissue. The blood can no longer flow properly through the liver, the liver is damaged and is no longer able to perform its functions adequately. The liver initially tries to absorb this loss of function by allowing healthy liver cells to divide. In early cirrhosis, the liver may be enlarged (enlarged liver). At a later stage of the disease, the liver becomes smaller again (shrinking of the liver). Only in the initial stage can the scarring slowly diminish if the underlying cause of the liver disease is removed. Because cirrhosis of the liver develops gradually, it can go unnoticed for a long time. Subsequently, complaints such as nausea, vomiting, (sometimes) abdominal distension due to ascites (accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity) and edema of the legs. You can also get dark urine; there may be a brown or orange tint to the urine

  2. Liver cirrhosis is the result of a chronic liver disease and is characterized by irreversible damage to liver tissue. Liver cirrhosis can be the result of many causes: an infection, a poisoning or a disease. The liver cells first become infected, then they die and are replaced by scar tissue. The blood can no longer flow properly through the liver, the liver is damaged and is no longer able to perform its functions adequately. The liver initially tries to absorb this loss of function by allowing healthy liver cells to divide. In early cirrhosis, the liver may be enlarged (enlarged liver). At a later stage of the disease, the liver becomes smaller again (shrinking of the liver). Only in the initial stage can the scarring slowly diminish if the underlying cause of the liver disease is removed. Because cirrhosis of the liver develops gradually, it can go unnoticed for a long time. Subsequently, complaints such as nausea, vomiting, (sometimes) abdominal distension due to ascites (accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity) and edema in the legs. You can also get dark urine; there may be a brown or orange tint to the urine

Urinary tract infection: dark colored urine with strong odor

  1. In the case of a urinary tract infection, such as a bladder infection, there may be cloudy

Bladder stones

  1. Bladder stones are small aggregates of chemical waste products that form in the bladder over time. Bladder stones can pass without symptoms, but in some people it causes complaints such as pain in the lower abdomen, pain when urinating

Renal filter inflammation (glomerulonephritis)

  1. With kidney filter inflammation

Gallstones and gallbladder inflammation

  1. Gallstones are stones that form in the gallbladder. When a gallstone clogs the bile duct to the intestine, the bile no longer ends up with the food to be digested and in the stool, but in the blood. This causes jaundice; a yellowish discoloration of the skin and the whites of the eyes. This also results in light to white stools and dark to brown urine. Bilirubin (bile dye) gives the stool its typical dark brown color. With obstruction due to gallstones, less bile substances enter the stool and more bile substances enter the blood. This blood is filtered by the kidneys and then excreted as dark urine, and when little or no bilirubin is present in the stool, it turns a light gray color (also referred to as 'putty stool'). Dark urine and discolored stools are signs that the bile ducts are closed. Gallbladder inflammation can also be caused by a gallstone blocking the flow of bile fluid to the gallbladder. [! 157929 => 1130 = 10!] Malaria

  1. Black water fever is a rare complication of malaria tropica, the most dangerous form of malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum. High fever and dark-colored urine are common symptoms. The dark urine is due to large numbers of red blood cells bursting open and thereby the blood dye hemoglobin

Hemolytic anemia

  1. In autoimmune haemolytic anemia, the body's defense system destroys the red blood cells, so that they do not live the usual 100 to 120 days, but can be broken down after a few days or even. This breakdown takes place in the spleen

Sickle cell disease

  1. Sickle cell disease is a serious, hereditary blood disease in which abnormal hemoglobin (a substance in the blood) is produced. Because people with sickle cell disease have anemia, they are quickly tired and listless and they are more likely to get an infection. This manifests itself in suddenly looking very pale, with dizziness, shortness of breath and palpitations

  2. Sickle cell disease is a serious, hereditary blood disease in which abnormal hemoglobin (a substance in the blood) is produced. Because people with sickle cell disease have anemia, they are quickly tired and listless and they are more likely to contract an infection. This manifests itself in suddenly looking very pale, with dizziness, shortness of breath and palpitations

  3. Sickle cell disease is a serious, hereditary blood disease in which abnormal hemoglobin (a substance in the blood) is produced. Because people with sickle cell disease have anemia, they are quickly tired and listless and they are more likely to get an infection. This manifests itself in suddenly looking very pale, with dizziness, shortness of breath and palpitations

Dark urine through the pancreas

  1. Acute pancreatitis (pancreatitis) Acute pancreatitis

Alarm Symptoms

  1. If you have dark urine that is accompanied by severe pain, especially in the back (back pain), there may be kidney stones or a urinary tract infection. Also see your doctor right away if the pain and other symptoms worsen or if dark urine is accompanied by nausea, vomiting and high fever

  2. If you have dark urine that is accompanied by severe pain, especially in the back (back pain), you may have kidney stones or a urinary tract infection. Also see your doctor right away if the pain and other symptoms worsen or if dark urine is accompanied by nausea, vomiting and high fever

  3. If you have dark urine that is accompanied by severe pain, especially in the back (back pain), there may be kidney stones or a urinary tract infection. Also see your doctor right away if the pain and other symptoms worsen or if dark urine is accompanied by nausea, vomiting and high fever

Treatment and prevention of dark urine

  1. Find out the cause

When to go to the doctor with dark urine and a strong urine smell?

  1. If you are sure that you are drinking enough (you have to urinate several times a day) and the color of your urine remains dark, then it is advisable to visit your doctor. This is all the more so if dark urine is accompanied by other complaints such as nausea, stomach pain, pain when urinating, smelly urine, etc. Also consult (by telephone) with the doctor or the GP assistant if you do not trust it.

  2. If you are sure that you drink enough (you have to urinate several times a day) and the color of your urine remains dark, then it is advisable to visit your doctor. This is all the more so if dark urine is accompanied by other complaints such as nausea, stomach pain, pain when urinating, smelly urine, etc. Also consult (by telephone) with the doctor or the GP assistant if you do not trust it.

  3. If you are sure that you are drinking enough (you have to urinate several times a day) and the color of your urine remains dark, then it is advisable to visit your doctor. This is all the more so if dark urine is accompanied by other complaints such as nausea, stomach pain, pain when urinating, smelly urine, etc. Also consult (by telephone) with the doctor or the GP assistant if you do not trust it.



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