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Why am I having sudden urges to urinate more frequently than usual, but no pain when urinating?
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Dr. Carin Van Gelder
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: Could be infection
Could be infection or some other irritation causing bladder spasm (microscopic blood for example).
An infection could be urinary, or genital. A urinalysis will help. See your doctor or go to a clinic.

In brief: Could be infection
Could be infection or some other irritation causing bladder spasm (microscopic blood for example).
An infection could be urinary, or genital. A urinalysis will help. See your doctor or go to a clinic.
Dr. Carin Van Gelder
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In brief: Difficult to answer
This may be a urinary tract infection or an early sign of diabetes (polyuria).
Best way to eliminate either is by getting checked by your physician.

In brief: Difficult to answer
This may be a urinary tract infection or an early sign of diabetes (polyuria).
Best way to eliminate either is by getting checked by your physician.
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