If urine smells like feces, it is important to rule out the presence of a fistula. A fistula is an abnormal channel between two hollow organs. In this case, the fistula might be open to the colon at one end and the bladder at the other. This is actually not terribly rare. If this sort of fistula is present, small amounts of fecal material actually find their way into the bladder and are expelled with the urine when the patient urinates. Of course, it is also possible that the urine just has a funny smell. The causes of odd-smelling urine are many, and include things like urinary tract infection, something you ate (e.g. asparagus), dehydration, etc. Regardless, if you believe your urine has a fecal odor, you should see your doctor as soon as possible to rule out the bad stuff.
Your urine is smelly because it's disgusting and don't do it anymore. Don't drink anymore either. It's unhealthy. Oh, and when you fart make sure it's not green or that would be bad and embarrassing. Silent but deadly.
Its not supposed to be too smelly. However, it does contain metabolic waste products. You should drink more water.
E. coli is the most common cause of urinary tract infections. If you think your urine smells like feces, it's likely that you have bacteria growing there. Contact your health care provider for advice.
it doesn't at the start because fresh urine is cleaner than sweat and spit but it attracts batceria very soon after leaving the body and that makes it smell bad.
It is because both exit the body from the same general area. The remaining odor of the urine is mixed with the odor of the feces.
They are more smelly when you haven't had much to drink. The bacteria that is in your digestive tract also add to the normal odor.
try baking soda
The urea in urine can breakdown to form ammonia, especially if it comes in contact with feces.
vinegar and orange oil
Feces is one of the most noxious smelling substances known to man. It gets it's unpleasant odor from all the bacteria attached to it. Furthermore, evolutionists believe that feces smells so that humans know to keep away from it, and that that trait evolved in humans. Due to the multifaceted eminences produced from an even greater number of Types of Bacteria. It's fermented waste, and the cells of rotting things release an enzyme that stinks. The faeces that you excrete through your anus from the rectum may give of a bad smell due to the unwanted nutrients that are within the faeces. Unwanted products such as plant fibres is what makes the smell. It's what you eat, so watch what you eat because it can cause constipation and also diarrhea. It can and depends on what food are ingested. Stool is made up of undigested food, bacteria, mucus and dead cells. The trillions of microorganisms that live in your gut (and the guts of other animals) produce a number of sulfurous compounds (especially Methanethiol) that pass out of the body along with the feces and give it its characteristic odor. Scientists have noted a number of things that almost universally elicit disgust among humans: bodily wastes and fluids, wounds, dead bodies, certain animals, spoiled food, and people with poor hygiene. All of these relate to a risk of exposure to infections - so since feces tend to have elements of all these we seem to have developed an aversion to the smell (think it stinks) as a defense mechanism to avoid infection.
Because urine has urine in it.
I can't say for the pet kind, however street rats here in Chicago smell much like musty urine, almost a dirty wet dog or cattle smell. It's not the rat your smelling it's the urine and feces they leave behind. It's pretty gross. If you have more then a few the smell can get pretty bad.
Because you ate baby food.