Have your thought what your pee color means???

Although there’s no “right” pee color, one thing is for sure: Darker urine means you’re less hydrated. Some unusual colors may be cause for concern—if your pee is pink, it’s time to see a urologist. But others could be connected to what you ate (a brown color could mean you’ve eaten lots of rhubarb and a blueish green tint can come from some food dyes). 

To see what urine you’re in for, check out the full graphic below:

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