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What can I do for my frequent urination without going to a doctor?

What can I do for my frequent urination without going to a doctor?

Not much: If you are a sexually active female, this could easily be a urinary tract infection. A physician would need to diagnose and treat this. Even if this is not the cause-your physician needs to see you and get more information to diagnose. Drink lots of water in the mean time. ...Read more

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Dr. CESAR HOLGADO
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Frequent Urination (Definition)

Frequent urination is a clinical finding in which a person urinates more often than normal, typically due to urinary tract infections, bladder issues, or problems with hormones ...Read more


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Is there anything I can do to contain frequent urination until I see my doctor in 2wks? I go every 30-1hr. Interferes with traveling =( .

Is there anything I can do to contain frequent urination until I see my doctor in 2wks? I go every 30-1hr. Interferes with traveling =( .

Here are some ...: The following may be tried: moderate oral fluid intake - drinking less; avoid caffeine-/alcohol-containing beverage; try taking Azo + Cystex (cranberry product); make easy access to bathroom; avoid sex to lessen bladder irritation. These may ease the frequency-related inconvenience. Best wish ... ...Read more

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What doctor should you see if you have frequent urination?

What doctor should you see if you have frequent urination?

Primary physician: Frequent urination could due to - infection, diabetes, kidney failure, increased water intake, electrolyte disorders...So there are many causes.. I suggest you see primary doctor- internist who can start with blood and urine tests. Based on the tests results, appropriate referrals will be made by your physician. ...Read more

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I have an urge for frequent urination wch doc should see nd wht tests need to be conducted?

I have an urge for frequent urination wch doc should see nd wht tests need to be conducted?

Urologist: Urine should be tested first to rule out infection. Ultrasound of a full bladder will demonstrate bladder outline. Then urodynamic testing will give information about bladder capacity and whether you have an overactive bladder. ...Read more

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16 yr male,uncircumcised, frequent Urination,pos-void dribbling. Urinelaysis neg,doctor no concern, symptoms come and go for weeks. ?

16 yr male,uncircumcised,  frequent Urination,pos-void dribbling. Urinelaysis neg,doctor no concern,  symptoms come and go for weeks. ?

Uroloogist: This can be a forskin issue: infection or inflammation as well as possible urethritis or irritable bladder syndrome Please consult with a urologist. ...Read more

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Will an obgyn take care of frequent urination symptoms or is that something I should see my family doc for?

Will an obgyn take care of frequent urination symptoms or is that something I should see my family doc for?

Either one: If you feel that you have UTI symptoms either of the doctors are fine whoever could see you first.But if you also have vaginal symptoms see your obgyn. ...Read more

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Got a prostate exam by primary doc (for frequent urination), he asked while doing it if it hurt, i did have a dull pain, he said he doesn't think I have prostate issue. How accurate is his analysis?

Got a prostate exam by primary doc (for frequent urination), he asked while doing it if it hurt, i did have a dull pain, he said he doesn't think I have prostate issue. How accurate is his analysis?

Rectal exams: Massage of the prostate by a finger in the anus is never comfortable and often creates significant discomfort. This may be interpreted as pain by the person being examined, but may not necessarily represent disease. The experienced examiner can usually tell what is meaningful and what is a normal reaction to the insult. Without knowing your pcp i cannot really comment on how accurate they are. ...Read more

Urination (Definition)

The act of passing your ...Read more