Also vitamin D, and diclofenac.
Hi joshua - I can tell you that there are many vitamin supplements that can do that without having that mean something is wrong, okay? However, you are on a boatload of stuff here. If you are feeling "unwell" or concerned that something is wrong... I would talk with your doctor. Do you have more than one doctor prescribing to you??? Do you mind sharing what type they are if you do? I also saw that you are taking or considering different vitamins. Are you taking them on your own or did someone suggest you take certain types?
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These meds definitely can cause your urine to darken. Part of this is due to dehydration sometimes. The more water you drink, the easier it is for your body to metabolize the drugs. I take methadone, xanax, valium, and effexor. If I do not drink water throughout the day, my urine gets very dark often. When your urine is dark that is your body saying to drink more water.
specifically your urine is darker when you do not have enough liquid in your body the darker your urine the more dehydrated you are.some heavy amounts of vitamins can do that but basically its your water and liquid intake also if you drink a lot of dark liquid you can do that as well
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