This question was answered on Wed 28, Jul 2010 04:51am by Dr.Ravindra Rajput

why is my urine light green

    
Asked by hisheart35 (Female; 17 ) on Mon 26, Jul 2010 06:24pm

why is my urine light green

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Answer by Dr.Ravindra Rajput  on Wed 28, Jul 2010 04:51am:

Hi, there are some causes which can cause green urine like urinary tract infection in which pus mixed urine is passed and urine look green, certain drugs like amitriptyline, indomethacin, and food like asparagus. If the urine is bright green then it is due to excess intake of vit B, bile disorder, antibiotics, hyper calcemia etc. Not to worry. Avoid above cause and drink lot of water to remove toxins from the body. I suggest you to consult physician. Take care and regards.

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