Illness and worms can cause this. If she is an older dog,this can simply be a sign of aging. It sounds like you want to speak to a vet.
An overactive bladder is a condition that results from sudden, involuntary contraction of the muscle in the wall of the urinary bladder. Overactive bladder causes a sudden and unstoppable need to urinate.
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headaches can be caused by constriction of blood flow in the brain, and sudden causes maybe down to dehydration
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To some extent yes. Bladder infection can cause the swollen prostate leading to a medical condition known as overactive bladder. This causes sudden urge to urinate. Some people who had accidental brain damage may also face this issue, leading to inability to control the bladder or empty it completely. In some other it is also caused by illness like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease , Multiple Sclerosis etc. These are known as neurological bladder disorders.
There are several causes of sudden water retention. Poor circulation, premenstrual symptoms, salt, or a blockage in the lymphatic system can all cause this condition.
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Some symptoms of an overactive bladder can include: a sudden urge to urinate which is difficult to control and urinating frequently (usually more than 8 times in a single day).
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I think this is just called "frequent sudden bladder urges" or something. There are medicines for it if you talk to your doctor.