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Dark yellow, golden colour urine, blood clots on urinating. History of sciatica. Treatment?

...over past week my boyfriend says that his urine is dark yellow or goldish color...the last two days he has urinated one small particle...on day two, he fished the particle out of the toilet and found it to be a very small paticle of blood/clot(which he wiil take to the doctor if necesary)...he has no pain except for his sciatca due to buldging discs in his back...he also takes several medications ... .
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that your boyfriend has noticed his urine colour to be dark yellow.

Dark colour urine could be either due to medication he is taking or due to UTI.

Please ask him to get his routine urine test done to rule out infection.

Please ask him to drink more water this will help to keep urine dilute and will help to change the colour of urine to normal.

If urine analysis reveals infection consult your family physician to get prescription of broad spectrum antibiotics.

Answered: Thu, 22 Aug 2013
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