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What are some neurologial problems that could be causing my frequent urination other than stress and anxiety?
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Dr. Neil Liebowitz
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree
In brief: Many causes
Many neurologic conditions can cause frequent urination, but this is more likely difficulty urinating and small volumes.
More common are infections, dropped bladder in women and enlarged prostate in men. Also side effects of medication and caffeine and alcohol.

In brief: Many causes
Many neurologic conditions can cause frequent urination, but this is more likely difficulty urinating and small volumes.
More common are infections, dropped bladder in women and enlarged prostate in men. Also side effects of medication and caffeine and alcohol.
Dr. Neil Liebowitz
Dr. Neil Liebowitz
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Dr. Arthur Sands
Family Medicine
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In brief: Multiple causes
Difficult question - most problems of frequent urination are not caused by neurological causes - overactive bladder (oab) - is a general problem with multiple causes - in men this is often due to enlarged prostate, decreased size of bladder, urinary tract infections.
Women can have interstitial cystitis, prolapsed uterus, etc. Get an initial eval by your fp to r/o infection - then urologist eval.

In brief: Multiple causes
Difficult question - most problems of frequent urination are not caused by neurological causes - overactive bladder (oab) - is a general problem with multiple causes - in men this is often due to enlarged prostate, decreased size of bladder, urinary tract infections.
Women can have interstitial cystitis, prolapsed uterus, etc. Get an initial eval by your fp to r/o infection - then urologist eval.
Dr. Arthur Sands
Dr. Arthur Sands
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