How Often Should You Pee A Day?

Orange color could once again be because of certain medications or vitamins that you are taking. It may also be a sign of dehydration or a problem with your liver and bile duct.

Blue or green color could be due to a dye used in certain foods or medications. But if the color does not go away after a few trips to the bathroom, it could be a sign of some rare medical issues.

Foamy or Frothy Urine:

If your pee is foamy or frothy, you may have protein in your urine, which may point to a problem with your kidneys.

Strange Smell:

Pee will not usually have a strong odor. Sometimes, if your pee is very dark because you’re dehydrated, it will smell stronger than usual, or if you have been eating foods like asparagus.

If you notice that your pee smells “fruity” or sweet, this may be a warning sign of diabetes. According to, stronger smelling urine could indicate a urinary tract infection, certain genetic diseases, and other complications. Talking to your doctor is the best way to determine what is going on and whether it is something that you need to be concerned about.

The bottom line is, you have to know your body. If you are taking medications, drinking a lot of coffee, tea, water, or other liquids, if you are pregnant, then you will naturally have to pee more frequently. If you are not doing any of these things or your body seems off, you should contact a medical professional. – Char Brown