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Subject: What goes in must come out...
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Certain foods, drinks and drugs can give urine a distinct odor and/or color because of chemical reactions. Taking a lot of B vitamins will turn your urine bright yellow-orange. Taking Mucinex for several days due to a cold made my urine smell very much like mown grass. Eating a lot of cruciferous vegetables (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, etc.) has given my urine a greenish tint and an odd, garlicky smell. It's all chemistry, baby.
Posted:8/9/2006
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Ann , Kansas City, MO, United States , 39 , Female , Animist , White/Caucasian , Straight , Executive Assistant , 4 Years of College , Middle class
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Category: General Diversity
Subject: Flintstone Vitamins made my son's pee orange!
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When my son was a toddler he opened one of those 'child proof' bottles and ate the entire bottle of Flintstone's Chewable Vitamins with iron. He peed bright orange for over a week.
Posted:11/1/2006
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Danny , Carbon Hill, AL, United States , 42 , Male , Asatruar , White/Caucasian , Bisexual , teacher , Over 4 Years of College , Middle class
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