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Frequent Urination Not Diabetes
If the number going to pee makes a person feel inconvenient for daily living , it is denoted as urinary frequency or frequent urination, which should be individualized to reflect the function of bladder storage and emptying, urine excretion, and fluid consumption, although AUA defined it as peeing more than 8 times in ...Read more
Bladder infections, or simply the fact you may be drinking too much fluids and it is being rightly eliminated by your body.
Caffeine acts like a diuretic
medications such as lasix,
some more uncommon but serious conditions called diabetes insipidus , causes you to go more often, when the body does not make a hormone called ADH (vasopressin) , or the kidney cannot concentrate urine. ...Read more
I was tested for diabetes but told that I do not have it. I was wondering what else can cause frequent urination besides diabetes?
You may have a urinary tract infection that may require antibiotics. For the incontinence, you need to be evaluated for the type (stress, urge, etc) to determine the right form of treatment for you. Those are distinct entities that completely different management
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BP was 127/82 then half hour 145/100 did echo I have mvp, trivial MR. I don't have any other symptoms but dry mouth/frequent urination no diabetes
You need full evaluation by a cardiologist .
Do you drink energy drinks ,sodas, pops, beer or other alcoholic beverages.
You are typical dehydration case
Most of us specially teen never drink water and they consumes energy drink and sodas that make them more dehydrated .it act like diuretic ,because they pee like a storm they think that is good for the kidneys,your dry mouth is an example hydrate ...Read more
My BP was 145/100, I did echo mvp/trivial MR. No caffeine no soda. Only symptoms dry mouth/frequent urination no diabetes, I drink much water ?
Please: make new entry to clarify your actual question. ...Read more
Many causes: Primary cause for frequent urination can be due to irritation of bladder lining from inflammation or chemical irritation. Structural abnormalities, such as small bladder, bladder diverticulum, or psychological issues eg anxiety can all cause frequency of urination. Cystitis is probably most common cause of acute frequency. Overactive bladder, interstitial cystitis, prostatitis, acid urine from oj. ...Read more
Approximate criteria for "frequent" urination as a possible diabetes symptom? Is having to urinate within 1 hour of drinking a cup of water excessive?
Hold the water: if you keep on urinating, it is abnormal ...Read more
Going to see my regular dr for frequent urination..Gona ask about diabetes test, should I get prostate checked? Gona see urologist too likely after.
Maybe: It would be unusual ( but certainly not unheard of) for your urinary symptoms to be secondary to an enlarged prostate at your age. Have your pcp check you.If its not something straightforward then i would also recommend you see a urologist. ...Read more
Cause of frequent urination? Negative for uti, diabetes, negative blood test, and negative ultrasound?
Need more info..: This, without other symptoms and/or signs, is a nonspecific finding. It could be stress, or anxiety. It could simply be from drinking too much fluids, or coffee and/or soda. It could be nothing. It would be a good idea to wait a few days and try to relax, and if it persists, see your doctor for further work-up along the lines of possible urinary incontinence. ...Read more
Graves Disease,blood test shows blood sugar level border high. not o'weight,gluten free,dairy free.So thirsty,frequent urination,tired. T 2 diabetes?
Grave's Dis & sugar: 37 F Graves Disease,blood test shows blood sugar level border high. not o'weight,gluten free,dairy free.So thirsty,frequent urination,tired. T 2 diabetes? ANS: Graves can interfere with glucose metabolism and lead to what looks like T2DM. So ask your Grave's Dr.s down there. ...Read more
Here are some...: It is true that poorly controlled diabetic persons make more urine due to leaking sugar in urine as diuretic. But peeing often may be related with over-drinking of water, poor renal function, poor bladder urine-holding ability, and poor bladder emptying, UTI, etc. To sort things out correctly cannot be that hard by following instructions inhttp://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Likely not: Diabetes is only one of many causes of frequent urination. A hba1c is important to rule out dm. Distinguishing between making a lot if urine vs feeling the frequent urge to void more than normal is important. The symptoms may have different causes. A physician needs to be involved. ...Read more
If you have been thoroughly tested and found no infections, and not taking meds, it could simply from a condition overactive bladder--your bladder squeezes too much, too often--making you want to pee often even when there isn't much urine.
There are medicines which may help..
Consult your doc..
Good luck. ...Read more
Could you tell me if theres no sugar in the urine , is diabetes not the case with frequent urination?
Probably not: But you need to check with your doctor to find out what's causing it. ...Read more
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