urine color

 Red or pink urine

Eat certain foods such as red beets, blackberries, and rhubarb

Blood entering the urine due to injury, obstruction of the urinary tract

Lead or mercury poisoning


 Orange urine can indicate liver and bile duct problems, especially when the stool is discolored.

Blue or green urine

Urinary tract infection with Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Benign famailial hypercalcemia

Brown urine

Some urinary tract infections and liver and kidney disorders

Severe muscle damage

Yellow urine:

 It means the excretion of more and more vitamins due to taking multivitamins

 Colorless urine:

No need to worry because you drink a lot of water