One way to figure out if you have a disease is to look at how you feel. There are signs that doctors can rule out some illnesses and make educated guesses about what else might be going on, which are backed up by diagnostic tests.
Self-diagnosis, then, can be the first step in finding out if our bodies aren't right. It means looking for all kinds of changes or signs in the body that make us think something is wrong. But it shouldn't be used all the time, because it's always better to go to the doctor to make the diagnosis, because he or she has the skills to do so.
If you look at your urine, you can figure out what's going on in your body. So, we should pay attention to it before it turns into a problem.
Urine colour: It is possible to tell how well the body is being hydrated. It means that the body is well hydrated and in its normal state when the urine is light-colored. Dark urine, on the other hand, is a sign of dehydration or a problem with the kidneys, which remove waste from the body through urine.
This can be a sign of some diseases: if you urinate too much, this could be a sign.
People can also tell when something isn't right by how urine smells. If this smell comes with a dark color and a lot of urges to urinate, you should see a doctor right away.
Urinary disease can cause blood in the urine, as well as other symptoms. When someone has kidney stones the most common thing is that they don't pass urine.
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