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what do you suggest if i'm frequently urinating, why?

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Dr. James Lin
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Unable to...: Urinating frequently indicates personal inability to hold enough amount of urine for daily living convenience due to various reasons such as infection, incomplete bladder emptying, bladder nerve or/; muscle instability, ic, and many others. So, collect the feature, degree, ; progress of the symptoms with their detailed sequence of events, and bring those to doctor for review, analysis, history, ...
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