There isn’t one exact hue that’s considered the gold standard of normal urine, but your pee should fall somewhere on the yellow spectrum. Dehydration can cause your body to retain water, leading to concentrated urine with less water content. Additional signs of dehydration can include fatigue, chills, bad breath and sugar cravings. If your pee is pink, red, or smoky-brown, this could be a sign of blood in the urine. This can be caused by kidney stones, bladder infections, or even certain medications. If your pee looks brown, ask yourself if you recently ate rhubarb, fava beans, or aloe vera beans.