FUNNY COLORED URINE
Pale yellow to deep amber
(Normal color) The result of a pigment called urochrome and how diluted or concentrated the urine is.
An identifying characteristic of porphyria, a rare, inherited disorder of red blood cells.
Red or pink
(From blood:) Urinary tract infections, enlarged prostate, tumors, kidney cysts, long-distance running and kidney or bladder stones;
(Other:) Some food such as beets, blackberries and rhubarb;
medicines like rifampin, an antibiotic often used for treating tuberculosis and phenazopyridine, a drug that numbs urinary tract discomfort and laxatives containing senna; chronic lead or mercury poisoning.
Medications like rifampin, the anti-inflammatory drug sulfasalazine (Azulfidine), phenazopyridine, some laxatives and chemotherapy drugs;
Sometimes orange urine can specify a problem with your liver or bile duct.
Blue or green
Dyes (some brightly colored food dyes and dyes used for some tests of kidney and bladder function);
medications such as amitriptyline, indomethacin (Indocin) and propofol (Diprivan);
medical conditions: Familial hypercalcemia, a rare inherited disorder, is sometimes called blue diaper syndrome because children with the disorder have blue urine;
pseudomonas bacteria that causes urinary track infections.
Dark brown or tea-colored
Eating large amounts of fava beans, rhubarb or aloe can cause dark brown urine;
Drugs such as the antimalarial drugs chloroquine and primaquine, the antibiotics metronidazole and nitrofurantoin, laxatives containing cascara or senna and methocarbamol — a muscle relaxant;
medical conditions such as liver and kidney disorders and some urinary tract infections.
Cloudy or murky
May be caused by urinary tract infections and kidney stones.