If you’ve ever had orange skin due to your carrot consumption, you’ve probably noticed orange pee as well. Carrots contain beta-carotene, which es excreted in the urine and gives it an orange hue. Another common reason for orange pee is medication. Often over the counter, UTI treatments or certain blood thinners can cause some strange discoloration.
If the color you’re seeing is less of a carrot orange and more of a neon orange, this could mean more serious issues with your liver. Make sure to call your doctor if you have a yellow tint to the whites of your eyes.