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Urinary tract infections are as common as they are uncomfortable, but many women don't know that one of the first signs of a UTI is a "strong ammonia" or even "slightly sweet" odor. Your urine will likely smell off, but the infection can become so concentrated—especially if you are trying not to pee because it hurts—that the ammonia smell can come out of your pores as well. Double ouch! If you suspect a UTI, talk to your doctor immediately. Antibiotics are very effective at clearing them up and preventing future problems.
Discover the root of the problem to ditch the stench for good!
Do you smell? Discover the root of the problem to ditch the stench for good!