Is dark urine a sign of organ failure?

Is dark urine a sign of organ failure?

Dark brown urine occurs in kidney failure due to the buildup of waste products in urine or urinating less often and in smaller amounts than usual. Foaming or fizzing urine may also be a sign of kidney failure, though foam is not a color and usually occurs due to increased protein in urine or kidney disease.

What does Black urine indicate?

Dark urine is most commonly due to dehydration. However, it may be an indicator that excess, unusual, or potentially dangerous waste products are circulating in the body. For example, dark brown urine may indicate liver disease due to the presence of bile in the urine.

What are the symptoms of dark colored urine?

WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms dark colored (brown) urine, nausea or vomiting, pain or discomfort (abdomen (upper)) and pain or discomfort (back) including Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C.

What causes pain and discomfort in urinary tract?

Dark colored (brown) urine, Pain or discomfort (Abdomen (lower)) and Pain or discomfort (Back) Hydronephrosis is a condition of the kidneys and causes aching or pain, urinary symptoms, fever, and nausea.

What causes nausea, vomiting and dark urine?

Helicobacter, bacteria in the digestive tract, causes peptic ulcers and their associated pain and burning. Muscle strain occurs when muscles are stressed, overworked, or injured due to physical activity or labor. Acute kidney failure is sudden and can cause swelling, frequent dark urination, fatigue, nausea and more.

What to do if you have dark urine after eating something?

Try to remember if you have eaten something that is normally causing dark urine, particularly beets, blackberries, asparagus, or have taken some drugs. If none of this works for you, do not hesitate to pay a visit to a doctor as there might be a dangerous problem behind the symptom.