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Urine odor: Medline plus medical encyclopedia

Noxious pee might be because of microscopic organisms. Sweet-smelling pee might be an indication of uncontrolled diabetes or an uncommon infection of digestion. Liver infection and certain metabolic issues might cause smelly smelling pee. A few conditions that can cause changes in pee smell include: Bladder fistula. 

Pee scent 


Pee scent alludes to the smell from your pee. Pee scent differs. More often than not, pee doesn't have a solid smell in case you are sound and drink a lot of liquids. 


Causes 


Most changes in pee scent are not an indication of illness and disappear on schedule. A few food sources and prescriptions, including nutrients, may influence your pee's scent. For instance, eating asparagus causes a particular pee scent. 


Putrid pee might be because of microscopic organisms. Sweet-smelling pee might be an indication of uncontrolled diabetes or an uncommon illness of digestion. Liver illness and certain metabolic issues might cause smelly smelling pee. 


A few conditions that can cause changes in pee smell include: 


* Bladder fistula 


* Bladder disease 


* Body is low on liquids (concentrated pee can possess a scent like smelling salts) 


* Poorly controlled diabetes (sweet smelling pee) 


* Liver disappointment 


* Ketonuria 


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Call your medical services supplier in the event that you have indications of a urinary parcel contamination with unusual pee smell. These include: 


* Fever 


* Chills 


* Burning agony with pee 


* Back torment 



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You might have the accompanying tests: 


* Urinalysis 


* Urine culture

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