Does your urine seem darker in color than usual? Are you wondering if you should be worried? Your urine is made up of extra water and waste products filtered out by your kidneys. Normally, it can range in color from a pale yellow to amber depending on the concentration of waste products in it, which is usually dependent on how much fluids you consume. A variety of things can turn your urine a darker shade. While some of them can be pretty harmless, a darker shade of urine could also indicate a serious medical concern. Here’s a look at some of the conditions that could turn your urine dark.
What Causes Dark Urine And How To Treat It? | Best Home Remedies
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