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Tucson, AZ
A 26-year-old female asked:

How many times a day should someone pee? i have heard as many times as needed and 4-10x a day.. what is it??

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Dr. Naveed Mughal
Urgent Care 35 years experience
Frequent urination: There are several causes of frequent urination and it is best to get a urine test and possibly even a blood test done by your doctor to rule out conditions such as infection or diabetes

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Tucson, AZ
A 26-year-old female asked:

How many times a day should one pee and how often?

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Dr. James Lin
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Here are some ...: Average adult urinates 5-15 Ozs (or 150 - 450 cc) for 3-5 times in 24 hrs, but widely varying among individuals over lifetime depending upon personal health state as well as on what and how much the fluid consumed.
Clearwater, FL
A 43-year-old female asked:

How many times does a person suppose to pee a day ?

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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine 57 years experience
As many times as nee: It depends on how much total fluids you drink and the type of fluids.But if you have to take an average for an adult person it is anywhere from 5to7 times a day.But if you drink more fluids or caffeine containing drinks you will go more, and if your fluid intake is reduced you will go less than that.This is for normal adults exceptions are diabetes mellitus/insipidus.Kidney disease/infection, chf.

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