Urine is principally water. It also contains an assortment of inorganic salts and organic compounds, including proteins, hormones, and a wide range of metabolites, varying by what is introduced into the body.
Many of us do not really pay much attention to the color and smell of our urine. Sadly this is a very bad habit, which can lead to dire consequences. Urologists have therefore advised us to regularly observe the color and smell of our urine whenever we are urinating.
If the colorless and odorless urine is related to kidney problem, you may also present with the following symptoms.
Swelling: As the extra fluid can not be excreted by kidneys, they will accumulate in body, thus resulting in swelling in legs, feet, and eyelids in the morning. High blood pressure often occurs along with swelling.
Fatigue: The diseased kidneys are not able to produce a hormone called erythropoietin, thus resulting in anemia. It can make you feel tired all day long with pale face.
Poor appetite: The toxins in body can affect gastrointestinal tract, thus resulting in poor appetite. In severe case, you may experience vomiting and nausea.
Increased urination at night: If your renal tubule is involved, they will not able to concentrate urine, thus resulting in increased urination at night. You should notice if you go to toilet more frequently than before. Also, in some cases, the patients with kidney problem have reduced urine output.
As there are various causes for colorless and odorless urine, you should not feel panic. What you should do is to find out if it is related to kidney problem and take relative treatment to control it.
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