7. Colored Urine
Your urine should be clear or pale yellow at most if you are properly hydrated, and dehydration causes the urine to become darker yellow. Other colors point to other conditions. If your urine has any pink or red, it could be blood related to a urinary tract infection.
8. Loss of Nail Growth
If your fingernails and toenails stop growing, you should see a doctor. These symptoms are often paired with reduced hair growth, ulcers, and cold extremities. That could point toward peripheral artery disease.
9. Striped Hair
You hair should be a fairly even color, so if it starts to grow with natural streaks, consult a doctor. You could be suffering from a lack of proper iron and protein sources in your diet.
10. Bleeding Gums
If your gums start to bleed easily, it could be a sign of gum disease, but there are other serious conditions that can cause this sort of bleeding. In some cases, certain forms of cancer can do the same thing.