Speaking of color changes of urine, whether you think there is something wrong with kidneys or not. Actually, the healthy kidney is responsible for producing urine and the normal urine color ranges from pale yellow to deep amber. But when your kidneys are damaged, urine may be present dark yellow, pink, red, even black. Sometimes you may notice the urine is colorless. Well then, what does colorless urine mean?
The means of colorless urine.
Colorless urine indicates a dilute urine where lots f water is being excreted. Usually, clear or colorless urine is produced when a person’s water intake is very high. However, it does not mean colorless urine is normal, as in other cases, there might be some kind of chronic renal failure that prevents the kidneys from absorbing the necessary nutrients and causes them to excrete water as urine.
In addition, in the normal condition, blood flow into kidney through renal artery and then filtered in kidney. During the process, wastes like creatinine and urobilins are discharged with excess fluid, so urine appears yellow color. But for kidney disease patients, the damaged kidneys fail to discharge extra wastes from the body through urine, which can lead to colorless urine directly.
Well then, is colorless urine always associated with kidney disease?
Of course not. It can be caused by numerous causes like too much liquid or caffeine intake, side effect of diuretics, diabetes insipidus and so on. Therefore, it is of great importance to find out the root cause of colorless urine and then take correct and effective treatment. For an individualized diagnosis and possible treatment, please submit your illness condition in the form below directly and we will contact you within 24 hours.
How to deal with the symptom caused by kidney disease?
If the colorless urine is caused by Kidney Failure or Chronic Kidney Disease, improving kidney function is the root solution. In our Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we do recommend our natural therapies like Hot Compress Therapy, Medicated Bath, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and so on.
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