I am 5 weeks post tah where the dr tacked my bladder back up every since my urine has been a bright neon yellow but I have no symptoms of a bladder or uti. Any clue as to why I am glowing in the dark here :lol: btw my kids think its cool and want to know how they can do that to.... :roll: kids!!!!!! Lol
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replied May 4th, 2005
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Wow ummmmmmm i'm not sure.
Are you taking any meds? Anti-biotics, painkillers?
Are you drinking something more than usual?
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replied May 5th, 2005
I am not taking any meds or drinking anything differently than before.
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replied June 7th, 2005
Urine Colors - Source Below
Urine consists of excess water and waste products that have been filtered from the blood by the kidneys. Its natural yellow color is due to excretion of urochrome, a blood pigment. Depending on the amount of fluids you drink, your urine can range in color from almost clear (diluted) to dark orange (concentrated).

Most changes in urine color are temporary and caused by food colors or medications. However, an abnormal urine color may indicate a serious disease. If you're concerned about the color of your urine, especially if you notice blood in it, consult with your doctor.
Urine color possible medical and dietary causes
clear

* excess liquids
* liver disorders, such as acute viral hepatitis or cirrhosis

bright or neon yellow

* vitamin supplements (ie: b1,b2 & other)

dark yellow or gold

* dehydration

pink or red

* blood in the urine, such as due to kidney or bladder infection or cancer
* certain foods, such as beets and berries, and food dyes
* some laxatives

orange

* side effect of certain medications, such as rifampin, doxorubicin (adriamycin, rubex), phenazopyridine (pyridium) and warfarin (coumadin)
* certain foods and food dyes
* dehydration

blue or green

* side effect of certain medications, such as amitriptyline and indomethacin (indocin)
* certain foods, such as asparagus, and food dyes

dark brown or tea colored

* liver disorders, especially if accompanied by pale stools and jaundice
* side effect of certain medications
* blood in the urine
* certain foods and food dyes

cloudy or murky urine

* urinary tract infections
* kidney stones

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