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Urine is the waste product secreted by the kidneys that in mammals is a yellow to amber-colored, slightly acidic fluid discharged from the body through the urethra.[1]

Urine contains a microbiome with normal low levels of bacteria with up to 33 types found, so it is not considered to be a sterile liquid.[2]

Diabetic males may have sugar in their urine. The sugar makes yeast balanitis more likely

Urine may be used to flush out the preputial sac when the foreskin does not retract.

External links


  1. REFweb (2016). Urine, The Free Dictionary. Retrieved 26 December 2021.
  2. REFnews Engelhaupt, Erxka (22 May 2014)."Urine is not sterile, and neither is the rest of you", ScienceNews. Retrieved 4 April 2024.