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My urine smells bad and has a cloudy gatorade green colour

My urine smells bad and has a cloudy Gatorade green color to it. in the mornings when i go to urinate i have a strong smell to my urine and it is Gatorade green and has a cloudy tint to it throughout the day as I m drinking water my urine is clear and the smell is still there but not near as bad whats wrong and what should i take to get rid of this I m an 18 year old female.
Asked On : Tue, 24 May 2011
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The bad smell of urine specially in morning and through the day is because of concentrated urine due to lack of water so when you drink enough water the color also lightens and smell is reduced.Please increase the amount of water intake and see the color will also change and the smell will reduce.The more the water content the less smell will be present.But if you have any symptom or even if you are worried about the color please get a urine routine test done to rule out any problem.
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