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Does your urine change color if you are pregnant?


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2015-07-15 20:47:54
2015-07-15 20:47:54

It's not a sign of pregnancy for your urine to change color ... though I guess it's more likely to happen when you are pregnant. The reason your urine changes color is either from not drinking enough water or a urinary tract infection (if you are pregnant you need more water than if you aren't and uti's are also very common among pregnant women). If it has changed to a very dark yellow you need to speak to your doctor.

Often pregnant women notice that their urine becomes a bright yellow. Naturally, many think this is due to pregnancy. However, it is actually due to the B-complex in their vitamins. B-vitamins will give urine a bright yellow color. !

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You might be dehydrated you should drink alot more water you may not be getting enough.

  • Not drinking enough water will make your urine a dull yellow and a lot of water can make it almost run clear. Vitamins also change the color of your urine. But no, it is not a sign.

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No it does not have to change colour if you are pregnant.

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No ususally darker urine means you need to drink more water. The color of urine is not a sign of pregnancy.

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I have three kids every time that I was pregnant my urine was cloudy. I had a friend that worked at a lab, and he said that it is a common thing, but it doesn't change color.

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Clear urine simply means that you have drank extra water or fluid, and then it came out in your pee. It's actually healthier to have clearer urine, not dark or yellow. Being pregnant should not change the color of your urine, and clear urine does not indicate whether or not you are pregnant.

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Vitamin C can change the color of urine, it turns your urine orange.

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