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How do make make my bladder & or kidney's healthier

By Anonymous January 18, 2019 - 4:31pm
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Dark urine !

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Hello, Anon!

Thank you for posting.

Dark urine is most commonly due to dehydration. However, it may be an indicator that excess, unusual, or potentially dangerous waste products are circulating in the body. For example, dark brown urine may indicate liver disease due to the presence of bile in the urine. Bloody, or reddened urine is an indication of other potential problems, including direct injury to the kidneys. If you have these symptoms or are concerned about the color of your urine, it’s important to see a doctor.

Below are some good tips for keeping your bladder/kidneys healthy.
Among them, drinking plenty of water.




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