A 38-year-old female asked about a 88-year-old female:
Does congestive heart failure and high blood pressure cause night time urination?
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General Practice 29 years experience
Nocturia: Yes. The fluid shifts in the body when one is laying down versus being up and about can be quite significant and this can lead to frequent need to urinate at night.
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Last updated Mar 4, 2021
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