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Occasional Night Urination
UTI, STI/STD: There are many potential causes. In your age group, a urinary tract infection is most common. If you are sexually active potentially and sti/std, or potentially bladder spasm or irritability. I would see your doctor to have your urine tested and if needed start and antiobiotic, cranberry juice etc. Drink lot of water! good luck. ...Read more
Nocturia...: Getting up to use the toilet when you want to sleep can be quite frustrating. Common causes of nighttime urination (nocturia) include: uncontrolled diabetes, urinary infection, drinking fluids right up until sleep, incomplete emptying of the bladder, high sodium diet, mild/mod/severe kidney insufficiency, mild/mod/severe heart failure, and much heavily advertised less common overactive bladder. ...Read more
I have frequent urination without pain or burning sensation. experiencing urination problem mostly during day times.?
What & volume intake: Frequency during the day usually is a response to volume of intake and the big 4..spices, alcohol, caffeine, and sugar. Medications can contribute such as diuretics. Chewing gum has been studied and can be a contributor. Special supplements such as many teas touted for detox and weight loss. Then overactive bladder condition to be diagnosed by Urologist. Infection would usually be day & night. ...Read more
Stop caffiene: Avoid fluids 3 hours before bed. Get off water pills if doc says ok. Cut back on acidic beverages an citrus fruits. ...Read more
YOU NEED TO DISCUSS: This with your doctor. It is a sign of possible issues in your urinary tract. ...Read more
See below: The number of times is subjective. If you drink a lot of water by habit you have to go more often. Caffeine from tea or coffee can act like a diuretic . Abnormal conditions include infection, or high blood sugar. If none of the above see a urologist, you may need a cystoscopy ie a look inside the bladder. ...Read more
I am experiencing pain with urination (quality: stinging or burning sensation) and frequent urination (worsened by: worse at night) .
Bladder infection: Hi RenaG, sounds like it could be a bladder infection which is vey common amongst girls and can be easily diagnosed and treated. Other possibilities could include STIs such as a chlamydia infection if you are sexually active. I suggest that you see you gp to get things checked, or at least go to the pharmacy and ask for treatment for bladder infection. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Frequent urination with burning sensation...urge to urinate even after urination...I had starterd Frequent urination since 2-3 weeks....now today morn?
UTI: It sounds like you may have a uti. Go to a doctor for evaluation and treatment if the studies are positive. ...Read more
Had protective sex last night, now burning when I urinate, lower abdominal discomfort, nausea, lack of appetite, and frequent urination.
See a doctor: Hi. A urinary tract infection (UTI, aka bladder infection) is most likely. It is easily diagnosed with with finding of high white blood cells in the urine, and easily treated with antibiotics. Other conditions are possible as well, but UTI is the most likely. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nausea in the morning no vomiting more frequent urination not sleeping at night wake up with lower backaches, underwear always wet, no mens. 2 month?
Bleeding gums, synocope, frequent urination, constant fatigue, increased hunger, constant thirst, nausea, irritability, & mild seizers.
Please...: Check with your DR. ASAP... too many problems may be causing this. And it should be clarified soon ...Read more
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