According to WebMD, high blood sugar levels cause excess glucose in the urine. High blood sugar levels are common in people with uncontrolled diabetes. When an individual's blood sugar level is high, it can spill into th... More »

Diabetes is the most common cause of high glucose levels, says Dr. Melissa Conrad Stöppler. In non-diabetics, high glucose levels are also caused by pancreatitis, overactive thyroid gland, hormone-secreting tumors, pancr... More »

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Sugar in urine does not always mean a person has diabetes, according to the National Organization for Rare Disorders, or NORD. Fanconi’s syndrome is a renal disorder that may occur in association with kidney transplantat... More »

Diabetes causes excess glucose in the bloodstream, along with other fluids from the body, to be secreted into the urine, causing the urine to have more sugar than normal, says Mayo Clinic. This extra sugar and fluids cre... More »

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WebMD explains that a pigment known as urochrome is what gives urine its yellow color. MedlinePlus states that urine is typically straw-yellow in color, but it can turn a dark yellow or orange color due to B complex vita... More »

The most-common cause of problems with urine flow in older men is an enlarged prostate gland. Another cause in all age groups and both sexes is infection in the urinary tract, according to the National Institutes of Heal... More »

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Dark urine is typically the result of inadequate fluid intake, explains WebMD, while incontinence is the product of several factors. These include an overactive bladder, excessive fluid intake, and irritation of the blad... More »

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