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Travel-related causes of Orange urine

Causes of Orange urine Related to Travel due to Behavior Changes

People behave differently when they travel, and this increases the risk of some medical conditions in recent travellers for reasons sometimes unrelated to the location travelled to. These causes of Orange urine may be more likely in patients with travel history:

All Causes of Orange urine

The full list of all possible causes for Orange urine described in various sources is as follows:

  • Beets - turn urine reddish
  • Bile in urine - causes a tea-like or mahogany color.
  • Blackberries - may lead to red urine
  • Blood in urine - see causes of blood in urine
  • Borscht (beet soup) - turn urine reddish

See full list of possible disease causes of Orange urine

Drug side effect causes of Orange urine

The following drugs, medications, substances or toxins may possibly cause Orange urine as a side effect.

  • Certain laxatives - may turn urine red color
  • Phenolphthaleine - may turn urine red color
  • Beta-carotene supplements - may make urine yellow or orangish
  • Rifampin - makes urine orange color.
  • Urised - can cause green urine
[See detailed list of 12 drug side effect causes of Orange urine]

Conditions listing medical symptoms: Orange urine:

The following list of conditions have 'Orange urine' or similar listed as a symptom in our database. This computer-generated list may be inaccurate or incomplete. Always seek prompt professional medical advice about the cause of any symptom.

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