“Don’t be afraid to bring your questions to your doctor,” biophysicist Ajay Goel, Ph.D., previously told mbg. “Remember, your doctor has seen and heard everything, so don’t hold back when you need to discuss your concerns.”
If you think a new supplement or medication may be to blame for your strange pee color, stop taking it (under your doctor’s guidance) and track the pee to see if anything changes.
If you’re not taking anything new but are noticing abnormal changes to your urine, talking to a doctor or getting a urine sample tested is the safest bet. Especially if urine is red, pink, brown, or has a strange smell and consistency.