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LiLkT04
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lately when ive been going the bathroom to go pee, it looks kinda yellow or kinda orange. i thought it was suppose to be kinda clear ya know. whats the deal. and why do i get cramps bad after ive already had my period. i had them last nite and got off my period last week. help a sister out
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logic_grrl
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If your urine is yellow rather than clear, that can mean that you're not drinking enough water and are dehydrated (solution: drink more water). If you're taking B-vitamins that can also turn your urine yellow.

If there's blood in your urine or if urination is painful, you need to see a doctor. Otherwise, though, it doesn't sound like anything to worry about.


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