Symptom: Frequent Urge To Pass Urine

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Frequent Urge To Pass Urine

A frequent urge to pass urine is the feeling that you need to urinate often or more than usual. A frequent urge to pass urine is a very common symptom of a urinary tract infection, or UTI, especially if you are only able to pass very small amounts of urine or no urine when you try to urinate. Certain medications, including diuretics (water pills), may cause a frequent urge to pass urine. Problems with the nerves, muscles, and tissues that help control bladder function and urine may also cause a frequent urge to pass urine, as can enlarged or inflamed prostate in men, urinary incontinence, or overactive bladder syndrome.

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ANNOYING!9/23/2012 at 08:23 AM
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I'm a guy, and I'm told this is much more common in women, so I feel kind of alone here. When I need to pee, there's little or no time between the feeling and the need, so I may dribble or have to stop the car and run into the bushes, etc. 2/8/2012 at 10:51 AM
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Last updated on Nov 14 2012 at 16:58
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