Thanks for writing to the forum!
in the urine
comes from "urea". Bacteria that contaminate the urine
will convert chemicals in the urine
ing chemicals that are responsible for the distinctive smell
, such as ammonia
. You can
give his urine
sample for testing. With a kidney stone chances of infection are high.
Some foods like protein
s cause the excretion of nitrogen compounds (ammonia
and urea). Hence these foods can
be reduced in diet.