Some of the causes of frequent urination are:
If you are experiencing frequent urination, please check with your physician or medical health care adviser rather than leave a potentially serious condition untreated.
It's UTI. Get cheched ASAP
okay sooo ummm welll that was a pervy question but its probably puberty if you are a teen boy or girl but if you are an adult thhen its normal
The number one cause of frequent urination is high blood sugar - go have that tested at once to make sure you're not becoming diabetic because untreated diabetes can kill you.
diabetes most likely
frequent urination after stopping hydrochlorithiazide
Tagalog translation of frequent urination: madalas na pag-ihi frequent- madalas urination - pag-ihi
The difference between constant urination and frequent urination is that with constant urination one is always feeling the need to urinate. With frequent urination one needs to urinate often but not all the time.
Possibly it has a bladder infection. Check with your vet.
There are many causes of frequent urge to urinate, including bladder spasms and acidic food. To treat this, you must first find out what is the cause of your symptoms, then you can specifically eliminate it.
BPH produces a swelling of the prostate gland that obstructs the urethra. This causes painful urination, reduced urine flow, difficulty starting or stopping the flow, dribbling after urination, and more frequent nighttime urination.
There can be several causes of frequent urination and weight gain. One cause is the onset of diabetes type 2. People with diabetes type 2 can gain weight or lose weight in addition to frequent urination and dry mouth with or without thirst. If you wish to learn about the many other signs and symptoms of diabetes, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
No not at all. Frequent urination is common during pregnancy. Frequent urination during pregnancy means the fetus/uterus is crowding your bladder or possibly even using it as a punching bag! All women experience increased urination during pregnancy. Another thing to consider with frequent urination is a bladder infection, or if the increased urinating is accompanied by extreme thirst, pregnancy induced diabetes. Talk to your doctor about any changes you notice. If a bladder infection goes unchecked, the infection can spread to the kidney's, the kidney infection - which causes frequent urinating, can also cause premature labor or miscarriage.
No, this just means that the enlarging uterus is pressing the bladder causing you frequent urination.
No, not really.