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A 48-year-old male asked:

i am experiencing frequent urination (worsened by: night time), burning sensation, sudden urge to urinate, and weight gain. i am not experiencing snoring, pain with urination, obesity, leaking urine, bladder pain, sleepiness, abnormal wound healing, or th

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics 33 years experience
Doctor can evaluate: It is not normal to urinate frequently, unless a person is drinking lots of fluids. It's also not normal to have burning on urination, or the sudden urge to urinate. One's doctor can evaluate to see if there is an infection, a partial blockage due to prostate issues, etc... A patient can see his primary care doctor first, who can then refer to a urologist if needed.

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