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Posted by: Mickey | 2012-01-12

Smelly strong urine

I have a very bad smelly strong urine in the morning, which last the whole day. I drink plenty of water. I take medication Adco Alzam 1mg 2 x daily - 1 x venilor 150mg morning at night 1 x Ivedal and also take Caltrate plus 1x daily.

What can be causing this, I hardly drink tea coffee or fizzy drinks.

Pls help.

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Hi M

Changes in urine odor are usually temporary. Such changes are not always a sign of disease. Certain foods and medicines, including vitamins, may affect your urine's odor. However, foul smelling urine may be due to bacteria, such as those responsible for urinary tract infections.
Contact your health care provider if you have fever, chills, burning pain with urination, or back pain along with an abnormal urine odor. These may be signs of a urinary tract infection.

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Posted by: pharmacist | 2012-01-13

Hi M

Changes in urine odor are usually temporary. Such changes are not always a sign of disease. Certain foods and medicines, including vitamins, may affect your urine's odor. However, foul smelling urine may be due to bacteria, such as those responsible for urinary tract infections.
Contact your health care provider if you have fever, chills, burning pain with urination, or back pain along with an abnormal urine odor. These may be signs of a urinary tract infection.

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Posted by: pharmacist | 2012-01-13

Hi M

Changes in urine odor are usually temporary. Such changes are not always a sign of disease. Certain foods and medicines, including vitamins, may affect your urine's odor. However, foul smelling urine may be due to bacteria, such as those responsible for urinary tract infections.
Contact your health care provider if you have fever, chills, burning pain with urination, or back pain along with an abnormal urine odor. These may be signs of a urinary tract infection.

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