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Frequent urination: Causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment tips

If you have the need to urinate more than you normally would, you suffer from frequent urination or polyuria. While in some situations it can be a temporary issue, it could also be a symptom of an underlying medical condition that requires careful attention.

Doctors consider urinating every two hours or more frequent urination. The key to dealing with this problem is figuring out the cause and getting the right treatment. Frequent urination can be a challenge, since in some cases, a person may lose control of their bladder when the urge to go to the washroom strikes. It can be uncomfortable since your bladder can feel very full.

Polyuria is not just an inconvenience. It can affect the quality of your sleep since you’re waking up at the night to go to the washroom. It can also be a symptom of a medical condition. Research suggests that many people with this problem avoid discussing it with a doctor because they find it too embarrassing, while others are too afraid to bring it up because they fear the underlying cause may be serious.

Bladder Control and Pregnancy?

I am 39 weeks and 2 days pregnant, I am 2-3 cm and almost fully effaced. The last couple of days I have been having difficulty with my bladder (I believe that is what it is). When I stand up or move in bed, I can feel it beginning to leak. So I go to


Its normal, you may have problems a few weeks after too. Congrats Momma.


do your kegals! easiest way is to stop a stream of urine for 5 or 10 seconds once you are peeing. it wil strengthen the muscles needed for control

Pregnancy & bladder control?

I'm only 34 and shouldn't be having this but.... Geez, my bladder seems to be weak! If I laugh too hard to sneeze I leak a little. I'm 23 weeks.... Anyone else having this? Is it happening because I'm slightly over-weight? I've never had this problem


Its normal but one thing you can do to strengthen your bladder is to act like your gonna pee then stop and keep doing it. Its called Kegel Exercises. It helps preg or not and can also be sexually gratifying for you and your partner. Check out this


It's because you're pregnant!!

You have a baby pressing on your bladder - the larger the baby gets, the more frequent you will need to go the bathroom.

I wore a pad for the last 4 months to protect against those leaks.


OOOOO I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM WHEN I WAS PREGNANT WITH MY SON!!! I AM PREGNANT NOW AND PRAYING THAT I DO NOT HAVE TO GO THROUGH THAT AGAIN!! IT IS NOT BECAUSE YOU ARE OVER WEIGHT ITS JUST THE BABY ON YOUR BLADDER WHICH IS COMPLETELY NORMAL..THERE IS NOOO