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Have bad cold, drinking plenty of fluids. Frequent urination with bad odour, no pain. Reason?

I have had a bad cold ...yes I am drinking lots of water with lemon and other hot and cold fluids...I tend to go pee a lot in general..nothing bothersome, but being sick ..I work at a day care ..pre school for the first time...I am catching everything in the books so it seems....I pee a lot more ...and there is a odour like rotten cabbage but no itch ...and my breath was that way now seems to be subsiding? could this be me clearing out these germs...and drinking lemon water is that helping...I am feeling better but its pretty gross to smell that scent, it has happened two times now when I caught a nasty cold.
Asked On : Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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It looks like you have had an attack of flu. Please do not worry. You are doing the right thing by trying to keep yourself hydrated and in good health. As it is improving you must have had viral flu. There are no specific medications for that but you may do mouth gargle and take antihistamine syrup (Benadryl) for comfort from the cold. The bad odour is nothing serious and most likely temporary.

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