Sweet, honey-like urine may smell like you’re doing something right but it actually could be a sign that you have diabetes mellitus. As excess sugar spills into your urine, it creates a sweet, sugary smell (and taste). In this day and age, urologists run blood tests, not taste tests, to check for diabetes. But back in the 17th century, urologists would analyze urine samples for diabetes by using three of their senses: sight, smell, and taste. Thomas Mayo, a physician in 1675, described the taste of diabetic urine as “wonderfully sweet, as if it were imbued with honey or sugar.” A sweet taste and smell was typically a surefire sign that a patient had diabetes. If you notice any sudden unusual smells in your urine (good or bad), make an appointment with your doctor to get checked out. The smell of your pee and even the color of your pee are just a few of the strange symptoms that can signal a serious disease.
Source : reader’s digest
You ingest a lot of vitamin B-6
Sometimes your pee smells funny when you take certain kinds of multivitamins. If you get a big whiff of an unpleasant medicinal smell in your urine, your vitamin B-6 supplement may be to blame. Vitamins dissolve either in fat or water before they are absorbed by your body. Vitamin B-6 is water-soluble, which means it excretes into your urine. Not only does this give your urine a strange “multivitamin pill” odor, it can also turn your urine a fluorescent green or greenish-yellow hue. The good news is that these vitamin-induced urine smells are harmless, so you should keep taking your daily vitamin supplements.