You may be surprised and embarrassed to notice that your pee smells strange. However, it is important to note that this is a common occurrence and it is easily treatable.
Not drinking enough water – When your body is dehydrated, your pee will be more concentrated and darker in color. The best way to stay hydrated throughout the day is to keep a water bottle nearby and drink regularly.
You ate something – Asparagus, brussels sprouts, onions, some spices, garlic, curry, salmon, alcohol, and even coffee can cause your pee to smell different.
You have a UTI – A urinary tract infection can cause your urine to have a strong ammonia smell. This odor is due to the bacteria that causes the infection. Other symptoms include cloudy or bloody urine and a constant need to pee with a burning sensation.
Diabetes – Diabetes can cause you to pee more often and emit fruity smelling Diabetes will eliminate the excess sugar, to be flushed out in your pee. A quick blood sugar test will let you know if you have diabetes.
You clean too frequently – If you clean your privates, often, this can upset the healthy pH balance of genitals, causing an imbalance or infection.
Yeast infection – An imbalance in vaginal bacteria can cause an Itchy yeast infection. Then infection can cause your vagina and your pee to emit a strange odor. If you feel you have a yeast infection, visit your gynecologist for clarification and treatment.