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other than pregnancy, uti & diabetes, what else causes frequent urination?

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Dr. John Kirk
Dr. John Kirk answered
Obstetrics and Gynecology 27 years experience
Irritation: The bladder can be irritated by a foreign body like a uric acid or calcium-based stone. It can be affeced by interstitial cystitis where there is a defect in the bldder wall with resulting irritation and low volume. A cancer can cause the probem as can certain types of incontinence and incomplete voiding. Have your gynecologist or urologist check you out.
Dr. Charlene Sojico
Pediatrics 41 years experience
A lot: Sexually transmitted diseases, stress , small bladder, alcohol consumption , overactive thyroid gland, water pills, elevated calcium level in blood, stroke or nerve trouble that control the urinary system.

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