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Colour of Urine That Means Cancer Of The Kidneys Or Bladder

Both the kidneys and the bladder play important roles in the process of eliminating waste from the body. Kidneys and bladders are organs that everyone has, and both must be in good working order for a person to be considered entirely healthy and able to urinate normally.

In light of a Mayo Clinic article, we'll examine the correlation between urine color and the risk of developing kidney or bladder cancer. Relax and take in this article while you get some valuable knowledge.

What Urine Color May Indicate Kidney or Bladder Cancer?

According to healthline Several studies have linked hematuria (blood in the urine) to cancer of the bladder or kidney. If blood is leaking into the urine, the color may not immediately shift to red, but it will become apparent after a while if the urine turns a dark red or orange and doesn't change even after you drink a lot of water.

If you see a change in your urine color to something other than the normal clear yellow, red, or orange, you should make an appointment with your doctor to find out what's wrong. The presence of a dark red urine color does not always indicate kidney or bladder cancer, but it certainly warrant further investigation.

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