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Smelly urine: causes urine that smells in women and men

  1. Do you suffer from foul-smelling urine or strong-smelling urine as a man or woman? Foul-smelling urine is not normal. The normal color of urine ranges from bright pale yellow to darker in color, is slightly acidic and has a faint, slightly broth-like odor. Although the odor of urine may vary slightly, in most cases it does not have a strong odor. In case of dehydration, the urine is more concentrated and may have a strong ammonia odor. Consumption of certain foods, such as asparagus, and some medications can change the smell of urine. The smell of urine can indicate certain conditions, such as an STI. The presence of bacteria in the urine, as in the case of a urinary tract infection, can affect the appearance and smell of urine. With an infection in the urinary tract, you may experience cloudy and smelly urine. A burning sensation while urinating may indicate a urinary tract infection, which is common during pregnancy.

Pee stinks from urinary tract infection

  1. Infections of the urinary system A urinary tract infection is an infection of the lining lining the urinary tract. The urinary tract consists of the renal pelvis, ureters, bladder and urethra. The term urinary tract infection is used for all infections of the urinary tract system. So it could refer to both a cystitis and a pelvic inflammatory disease

Strong smelling urine due to dehydration

  1. Dehydration literally means a shortage of the amount of water in the body. You can often recognize dehydration or dehydration by dark-colored urine. The odor is usually strong when the urine is highly concentrated, as is the case with dehydration. You can experience this as 'smelly urine'. Other complaints that can occur with dehydration include headache, dry mouth, terrible thirst, dry eyes, decreased urination, weight loss, nausea, muscle cramps, drowsiness, confusion

Diabetes (diabetic ketoacidosis)

  1. If your urine (and breath) has a typical acetone odor, this indicates that the blood sugar level is high. Diabetics who suffer from high blood sugar for several days in a row can develop a condition called 'ketoacidosis'. Diabetic ketoacidosis can occur with poorly controlled diabetes

Sweet urine smell from MSUD

  1. Maple syrup urine disease, abbreviated as 'MSUD', is an inherited metabolic disease, which owes its name to the specific odor that untreated patients have: a sweet smell

Smelly fish smell

  1. Urine stinks of fish Urine with a fishy smell

Overactive thyroid

  1. The symptoms of an overactive thyroid

Vesico-intestinal fistula

  1. A vesicointestinal fistula is an abnormal connection between the bladder and the intestines. It is also known as 'bladder fistula'. A bladder fistula is often the result of an injury, such as a gunshot wound, but can also develop as a complication of a malignant tumor that has spread from the bladder or rectum, or is due to inflammatory diseases such as diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, or the disease from Crohn's

Smelly urine and liver

  1. A strong urine smell can be a sign of liver disease

Smelly urine due to STI (with discharge)

  1. Some Sexually Transmitted Infections (STDs

Woman's urine stinks

  1. Dirty urine air during menopause

Prostate inflammation

  1. In men with prostatitis

Ammonia-smelling urine through the kidneys

  1. Kidney stones Foul-smelling urine can sometimes be related to kidney stones. This may be accompanied by severe pain where the kidneys are located, lower back pain, painful urination and blood in the urine

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