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if person goes for urine 5 times in a day, is this normal?

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Dr. Cornelius Oleary
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Physiology: The human body responds to increased fluid intake with a diuresis that persists over time but gradually diminishes however the rate of urination, the volume of urine, and the density of urine which is created by your kidneys is determined by fluid intake and loss, and salt and electrolyte balance. So, yes. If you sense an unusual change in bladder habits, urgency, hesitancy, or burning see your MD
Answered on May 17, 2016

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