Riboflavin can cause your urine becomes more yellow color than the normal. However, it is not cause any harmful effects.
Taking supplemental riboflavin causes a harmless intense orange or yellow discoloration of the urine.
No it cant cause it matters about how much water you drink and if you dont drink a lot of water your urine will turn yellow and if you do drink a lot of water then it should turn a pale-ish or plain color.
Both cyanocobalamin (a form of vitamin B12) and vitamin B2 can cause bright yellow urine.
Because soda dehydrates you
You need to drink more water. Aim (no irony intended) for a pale straw colour in your urine. Bright yellow is too undiluted and needs dilution by drinking more, Taking vitamin B supplements will also cause urine to be a bright yellow color - so if that is the case, no worries...
Yes most definitely. Had a two small tins today and was surprised at how yellow it actually was. It was like neon yellow. Freaky!!!!
Yeah, my best friend Danielle says she gets bright pee cause she's an alcoholic.
Yes, riboflavin is derived from hemp seed oil. hemp seed is the same substance that marijuana is.
yes , photo therapy causes deficiency of riboflavin, neonate need to be supplemented with this along with photo therapy. AI.
it's because the excess wax attracts more dirt and doesnt repell it.
Vitamin B complex doesn't normally cause urinary problems. It may cause the urine to turn bright yellow, but there shouldn't be any pain or other issues present.