This means it will have trouble filtering out toxic substances, which may cause significant collateral damage to other organs.
Medline Plus points out: “Most changes in urine odour are not a sign of disease and go away in time.
“Some foods and medicines, including vitamins, may affect your urines’ odour. For example, eating asparagus causes a distinct urine odour.”
The health body continues: “Foul-smelling urine may be due to bacteria. Sweet-smelling urine may be a sign of uncontrolled diabetes or a rare disease of metabolism.”