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Other than poor adh (vasopressin) production, what causes frequent urination at night?

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Dr. Alan Feldman answered

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Many causes: Poor ADH (vasopressin) production is an extremely rare cause for frequent urination at night. One of the most common causes is fluid retention during the day. If you have varicose veins or other causes for swelling of the legs, once you lie down at night, the fluid comes out of the legs and into your bladder, making you urinate more. If you drink a lot in the evening, you will urinate more at night.

Answered 10/14/2014



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