If you see a brown color in your urine, it may indicate dehydration. Foods that can make urine brown include rhubarb and broad beans. But it is best to check, especially if you drink a lot of water but the color does not disappear. Brown urine may indicate problems with your liver and kidneys.
Note: If your brown pee is accompanied by abdominal pain, skin rash, and seizures, it is likely to be a genetic disease. In addition, the blood is brown when it is broken down, which may be a sign of more serious diseases such as tumors.
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