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I have had frequent urination for 8 months had a urine culture and a urinalysis both negative. What other tests determine the cause of this problem?

See below. Diabetes mellitus can cause frequency. Kidney disease can cause frequency. Diabetes insipitus can cause frequency. See your doctor for physical exam and lab work. Perhaps for a renal ultrasound to eval further. Prostatitis and prostatic enlargment might also cause frequency if you are male see your doc for phy exam and psa level. Read more...
More tests. Dynamic testing of the bladder, which help determine whether the bladder if emptying fully is another test you may need to have with your urologist. A pelvic ultrasound may also be helpful to assess for uterine fibroids, endometriosis, etc. Read more...

What causes frequent urination, little excretion, pain on left side of abdomen and urine culture to be negative?

Cystitis symptoms. Interstitial cystitis can present this way. So can urine gravel / small stones. So can tubal infection with genital / urethral inflammation. Please be checked. . Read more...
Constipation. If there is too much stool (poop) in the rectum and lower part of the colon, it can push on the bladder, leading to frequent urination. The contractions that try to get the stool out often cause pain. This is the most likely cause of these symptoms and can be confirmed by simple x-ray. Of course other less common things may be present. Discuss with your doctor. Read more...
Many possibilities. These can be symptoms of a bladder/urethra inflammation not necessarily secondary to a bacterial infection. In a 20 y/o female if you are sexually active you need to consider the possibility of an STD like gonorrhea or chlamydia. Go see you doctor. Read more...

When I move I frequently feel like I need a wee. Bladder sore when fills. Frequent urination. Urine culture neg. Whats wrong?

IC. Hello again, Now that I know a little more, here is what I think it could be. Your symptoms could be from a condition called interstitial cystitis. The symptoms of IC vary from person to person, but what you are describing is consistent with the syndrome. Here is a good link with information about IC: http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/kudiseases/pubs/interstitialcystitis/ Read more...

Frequent urination with little coming out. Urge to go. No pain. Urine culture negative. What could be wrong?

Need more info. Have you had UTI in the past, have you had stones in your urinary tract, are you having any other symptoms, are you well hydrated. If this keeps up you might want to see a urologist. But give this a little time. Drink large amounts of liquid and see if that does not solve the problem. Read more...