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Doctor insights on: When Does Increased Urination Begin In Pregnancy

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Dr. Ihab Ibrahim
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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What is the definition or description of: increased urination?

What is the definition or description of: increased urination?

Urination: Urinating more frequently than normal. This can be from pathologic things such as overactive bladder or incomplete emptying of the bladder or a normal increased urination from drinking extra fluid or diuretics (coffee, alcohol, etc). ...Read more

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Only increased urination with no pain or burning. can it be uti?

Only increased urination with no pain or burning. can it be uti?

Frequent urination: This sounds like it could be a UTI if u are urinating that frequently. Your body is trying to "flush" the bacteria from out of the bladder. Sometimes patients report different symptoms and not everyone has pain or dysuria. Wonder if this presentation correlates with past history of UTIs? Alternatively, could you have drank liters of fluid & now your body's getting rid of it? U should see a doc. ...Read more

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Can DepoProvera cause increased urination (especially at night)?

Can DepoProvera cause increased urination (especially at night)?

No: This is not a common or even a rare side effected noted for this medication. Consider other causes. ...Read more

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Can you get increased urination with psychogenic polydipsia? What are the other symptoms?

Can you get increased urination with psychogenic polydipsia? What are the other symptoms?

Yes: Complications of psychogenic polydipsia include incontinence and enuresis, bladder dilation and hydronephrosis, renal and congestive heart failure, and osteoporosis and associated pathologic fractures. Diagnosis is one of exclusion. Other medical causes of polydipsia, polyuria, and/or hyponatremia need to be ruled out. ...Read more

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I have increased urination since taking Losartan. Is this common and does it mean my creatine levels are increased? Will levels return to normal?

I have increased urination since taking Losartan.  Is this common and does it mean my creatine levels are increased?

Will levels return to normal?

Losartan acts: indirectly to increase blood flow to the kidneys, increasing kidney efficiency. If you were retaining body fluid, in theory, you may experience a temporary increase in urination as your fluid balance is restored. Creatinine, not creatine, is an indirect measure of kidney function. If your kidney function was normal b4 starting losartin, it shouldn't be affected by your BP med. ...Read more

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I'm taking Carafate (sucralfate) 4 times a day and have noticed increased urination. Is this normal?

Unlikely related: Carafate/sucralafate is a medication that binds to the surface of ulcers and irritations of lining of GI tract. It is not absorbed to any degree into blood and would not likely cause any change in urination. ...Read more

Increased Urination (Definition)

Urination more frequend than normal ...Read more


Urination (Definition)

The act of passing your ...Read more