Frequent Urination

Frequent Urination

People from all walks of life may suffer from frequent urination. Frequent urination is classified as urinating far more than normal and feeling that your bladder is not fully empty even after you have gone to the bathroom. This means you are going to the bathroom several times in an hour and may even feel the need to use bladder supports and other incontinence products to help keep yourself clean between bathroom visits.

Though frequent urination on its own is annoying, it can also be a sign or symptom of something different that you may need to see a doctor about. One common cause of frequent urination in both men and women is bladder infection, kidney infection, or other infection of the urinary tract. If your frequent urination is accompanied by fever, discomfort in the abdomen, pain when you urinate, and other pain that is associated with trying to empty your bladder, you may have a urinary tract infection or one of the other infections mentioned.

Another issue that may lead to frequent urination is diabetes. The reason for this is that your body is trying to rid itself of the excess glucose by causing you to urinate more frequently. This is often an early sign of diabetes and should be checked by a doctor as soon as you can. Another affliction that causes frequent urination is interstitial cystitis which is also accompanied by pain and discomfort in the pelvic region. The last issue that might affect both men and women is stroke or neurological disorders. This affects your need to urinate as the nerves that work the bladder may be affected and may cause more frequent urination.

For women, frequent urination can be a symptom or sign of pregnancy as the uterus grows and pushes on the bladder making it difficult to hold urine making frequent urination necessary. It could also be a sign of impending menstruation as the hormones associated with menstruation cause more frequent urination. On top of that, it could also be a sign of simply drinking too much liquid and your kidneys then need to expel the liquid. For men, a very common cause of frequent urination is an enlarged prostate. This means that the prostate is enlarged and causing extra pressure on the bladder.

There are a few different ways you can treat frequent urination. The first is bladder training. This involves holding your urine for specified amounts of time to try and retrain the bladder and enlarge it so you can go longer without using the toilet. Another treatment may be diet modification. This means changing the foods you are eating to help prevent excess fluid build up and the need to urinate. You may also be able to get medication prescribed by your doctor to help keep your urination in check and to help make you more comfortable. If you have an infection, your doctor will prescribe antibiotics to help fight the infection and kill the bacteria that causes the irritation.

No matter what you do for your frequent urination, it is important to remember that it may seem like an annoying thing to deal with at best, you may have a deeper issue and should see a doctor as soon as possible.

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