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A member asked about a 49-year-old male:

Increased frequency of urination, noting onset about a week ago, with no diet/lifestyle changes, and no other symptoms. fluid intake has not changed.

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Dr. Jessica Allan
Internal Medicine 23 years experience
Depends: Go to a doctor to get examined and get a simple urine test to rule out medical conditions that could be the reason of the increased frequency of urination. Conditions like diabete or infection or kidney stones or an electrolyte abnormality.

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Last updated Nov 20, 2013

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