Answer: 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.
Answer: It might if you change the way you eat and drink.
Just being pregnant alone does not change the urine in a way you can smell. Pregnancy does make the sense of smell stronger so the pregnant women may feel like it smells stronger (along with everything else).
Answer: Bowel movements smell because while the food is mixed together it also has acids and digestive juices added. Types of foods plus the breakdown of the foods causes it to have an odor. Urine smells because of the same digestive process, plus because the body filtrates toxins from the blood into the urine. It is believed that in cave man days, these odors prevented humans from eating or drinking their own wastes (which can cause illness), just like with vomitus. However, many animals do return to eat their own waste and vomit, for example, canines.
Why does urine smell like acid?
Because it contains acid (urine acid). The pH of urine is acid.
Answer: Great question. Unfortunately scientist do not actually know definitively what causes the pungent smell after consuming asparagus. It is believed that the combination of certain digestive enzymes with certain chemicals in asparagus produce the smell. Actually on about 40% of those consuming asparagus develop the odor with in 30 minutes of ingestion.
Answer: That can mean that you ate odor causing foods, that you have not been drinking very much or that you have an infection. If you are having other symptoms, such as having to go more often or burning, you should see a doctor.