Greenish wee????? Any ideas?

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  1. Lou B

    Lou B Now a mum!

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    Hi ladies

    I've noticed recently that my wee doesn't look the same colour as it used to before getting prego. It has a greeny tinge to it. I wondered whether anyone else has had the same thing? I've recently started taking Pregnacare vitamins and I'm hoping its just that. No stinging when I go either. :shrug: Your ideas would be very gratefully received! xx
     
  2. bfphopeful

    bfphopeful Well-Known Member

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    Didn't want to read and run, but I'm afraid I can't help you on this one. My wee is very yellow. Are you sure you are seeing green or could it just be a very yellowy colour? Sounds unusual. Hope you get some answers hun.
     
  3. Lou B

    Lou B Now a mum!

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    Thanks hun! It is more concentrated, even though I'm trying to drink plenty of water. Defiately a light green tinge. I've done a bit of reading and apparently vitamin B complexes give you green wee, so maybe that's it. Would hate for it to be a kidney infection, but think there would be other symptoms if it was that? Probably being far too paranoid! :wacko: Thanks for your reply :hugs: xx
     
  4. Crypto1976

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    Maybe drop a sample in to your gp and they can dip stick it, just to check there is no infection. XX
     
  5. farm girl

    farm girl Well-Known Member

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    maybe your eating lots of green things??:) or drinking
     
  6. Faerie

    Faerie Proud Mummy

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    Just saw this post and would say that although it's quite likely vitamins I would take a sample to your GP just to be safe. I had green discharge in 1st tri and ended up in hospital over the weekend on antibiotics - didn't have any other pain. Small possibility that it could colour your wee?
    Good luck.
     
  7. ladypotter

    ladypotter Three Girls!!!

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    I take B Complex too and my wee is still brilliant yellow (until later in the day after I have drank some water)..hmmm.... I agree with Crypto...no harm getting it checked out to be safe.
     
  8. Lou B

    Lou B Now a mum!

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    I'll call the Dr in the morning, they have a Sat morning surgery. As you say, better to be safe than sorry. Thanks for all your replies girls! xx
     
  9. Lover

    Lover Mummy to Leo & Rosalie

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    It's the Pregnacare, my wee has been green since I started taking it too :blush:
     
  10. Beckels

    Beckels Well-Known Member

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    I'm taking pregnacare and have noticed that my wee has been tinged green off and on, I just thought the light in my bathroom or my eyes were a bit funny:haha:
     
  11. Lover

    Lover Mummy to Leo & Rosalie

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    Same! Haha :)

    I told me OH my wee looks green and he was like "Erm is that a pregnancy symptom or just a weird thing?" :dohh:
     
  12. ProudMum

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    i was just about to say its the vitamins you're taking.
    it wont stay looking green... minewas the same for a while. Neon yellow. ew
     

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