EXCESSIVE OR FREQUENT URINATION

Apr 5, 2017,

Frequent urination is the need to urinate more often than whats normal for you.

You may be passing more urine than usual or only small amounts.Frequent urination may occur both day and night or it may be noticeable only at night.

 

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Do you bed wet?

Do you go to urinate a lot that makes you feel uncomfortable?

Frequent urination is the need to urinate more than you normally do.

You need to know these:

-Urinary tract infertility infections are the most common cause of excessive urination in children and females.

-Stones in your urinary tract can cause frequent urination .

-cancerous tumor in the bladder and prostate can cause excessive urination.

Others include:

-Diabetes 

-Kidney disease

-Pregnancy

-kidney stones

-Vaginitis

Waiting longer is usually unsafe. Contact a doctor as soon as possible.

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Having all these,with the urination yet not controlled can lead to depression,damage to vital organs like the kidney failure and eventually death.

NOTE:If you have frequent urination along with any of these signs and symptoms:

-Blood in your urine.

-Red or dark -brown urine.

-Painful urination.

-Pain in your side and lower abdomen.

Excessive urination can affect sleep,work and general wellbeing.

This could lead to the following;

-Dizziness

-kidney failure

-Urinary tract infection.

-fever

-low blood pressure

-Loss of consciousness.

 

The prevalence increases with age and more common in women.In the elderly ,its very common in both sexes.

Globally,up to 35% of the population over the age 60years is estimated is estimated to be incontinent.

 

With the urination yet not controlled can lead to depression,damage to vital organs like the kidney failure and eventually death.

Seek medical help to find out what's causing your frequent urination. People who urinate excessively should not be embarrassed but see a doctor. 

Waiting longer is usually unsafe. Contact a doctor as soon as possible.

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