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The amount of urine a healthy person produces depends on many factors, such as the amounts of liquid and food a person consumes and the amount of fluid lost through sweat and breathing. Certain medications, medical conditions, and types of food can also affect the amount of urine produced. People who have kidney disease and are on dialysis may produce just a little or no urine at at all. Learn about the warning signs of an illness that can be seen in the urine:

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