Frequent urination before period

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I woke up @ 7:30 did a HPT (negative) then 2 hours later had to urinate again (w/o drinking anything in between) Its now 10:35 and I have a slight urge to pee again. Still have not drank anything.
I suggest that you consider a few simple things such as not having any alcohol, coffee, tea, soft drinks with caffeine for at least an hour or more before sexual activity in order to decrease the amount of urine filling your bladder during that period. Also, make a point of urinating before engaging in foreplay. If these are ineffective or not reasonable for you to do, then seek the care of a urologist.
It was my first UTI and I never had any problems with frequent urination before that. I was on 5 days of antibiotics and a post-antibiotic urine sample was normal. However, ever since the UTI I've had problems with frequent urination and pelvic cramping. It has lasted about two months, and doctors tell me it could be stress, too many fluids, etc. However, because of the timing, I feel like it has to be linked to that UTI somehow.
This problem puts quite the damper on quality of life, interrupting sex, class, work, etc. About 2-3 days before my urination problems began, I had unprotected oral & vaginal sex with a girl who recently came to the US from Japan (I mention this incase they, perhaps, have different STDs over there). I figure that 2-3 days is too quick for symptoms to show up, though. STD test for chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes returned negative.
As mentioned my periods are irratic, I can go 36 days before starting my period then the next month I start my period after 23 days, Im also 37 years of age. Is there any test or anything I could say to my doctor when I go back that she should be testing for?
He visits the dentist regularly, brushes and gargles and everything else under the sun, but the odor still comes and goes. He is very self concious about the frequent urination. It is not until recently that I started thinking that maybe the two are related and maybe a symptom of diabetes? I always thought juvenile diabetes came on quickly and not slowly ( as he has been suffering the symptoms for an extended period of time.) He is quite physically fit and an athlete.
I am 28 years old, female. I noticed two months ago frequent urination and the very strong urge to use the bathroom almost every 20 minutes.Especialy while I was walking and a slight back pain. I did urine anaylisis which came out clear and a cultivation which came out clear as well (though the urine was quite thin, maybe due to the large amount of liquids I was consuming). I runned some gynecological tests and they came up clear (only a candinda bacterical).
By the last one, the doctor couldn't detect any actual infection in the urine and suggested that the symptoms (frequent, urgent, burning urination) could be due to frequent/rough sexual intercourse. I have been celibate for the past few months in the hope that this would help, and it has- however, I still get the urge to pee frequently. I have read that this could be a symptom of ovarian cancer. Did anybody here experience this symptom?
hi guys i had exactly the same as roxygirl86 and funny enough at the same months i am still waiting for period now am having back pain at the bottom of my back feeling sick sometimes and headaches i am 75% sure i am preagnant or somethinks going on i have never missed a period before only when i was preagnant with my son but its confusing me because a week ago i took 2 preagnacy tests and they came back negative could i still be preagnant i am unsure i am going to buy another test today
Hello, you might be experiencing more fluid retention right before your period which may cause more frequent urination. Also your hormones might be involved. Do you have any pain urinating during these episodes? I suggest you talk to a urogyne about this. Good luck!
Occasionally, some women are diagnosed with endometriosis in the bladder, which can cause the symptoms you describe (usually though, with endometriosis there is pain before and during the period) . Get a workup for bladder infection, and once this is negative, get an evaluation for overactive bladder. If you are a smoker, this should include a cystoscopy to look for (unlikely) bladder tumors. You may benefit from medical, or physical therapy for overactive bladder.
You might be having a urinary tract infection. Try drinking some cranberry juice, and if that doesn't help after a few days, take another pregnancy test (as it might be too early to test now) and call up your doctor to get checked out or do a blood pregnancy test. Good luck!
Frequent urination Excessive thirst Unexplained weight loss Extreme hunger Sudden vision changes Tingling or numbness in hands or feet Feeling very tired much of the time Very dry skin Sores that are slow to heal More infections than usual I also found this information below: "Diabetes (as many as 60 percent of diabetic men have erection problems at some point)" If his symptoms get worse, I would not wait until October to go to the doctor. Better safe than sorry.
Yep! I am 29 weeks and I never had any "symptoms" besides the frequent urination and the sore breasts. I never got morning sickness at all and I've recently discovered what triggers the acidburn so that's not bothering me anymore. Don't worry only 50% of women get those "classic" symptoms but you will get symptoms that you never knew about....
Just curious, if the ultrasound for an ovarian cyst comes back positive do you know if there is anything that they can do to stop the bladder pressure/frequent urination? Have you talked with your GYN or urologist about what (if any) treatments exist for the cysts? Thanks.
I have interstitial cystitis myself, which is helped by trying to follow a special interstitial cystitis diet. It is a condition which can cause frequent urination, pain, etc.. Overactive bladders are definitely a challenge.
i am a 25 year old female who has never had a period problem before but i woke up this morning to find that i had started my period but i have the constant urge to urinate every few minutes and when i go only a little bit comes out? please advise. many thanks.
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For the last 8 months or so, i have been recurring symptoms of either frequent urination, feeling of not having voided, or both. It all started initially with frequent urination for which my primary care physician put me on a dose of Vesicare (Solifenacin). I took it for about a week, and was fine for few days, but then the symptoms again showed up. In the meantime, he had me take urine culture tests, blood tests, and a did a physical exam of my prostate. They all seemed to be normal.
Another doctor treated me for a kidney stone in January 2010 after not finding any evidence to support the prostatitis claim. After the stone I still had frequent urination with pain that still came and went. Another doctor suggested increasing some vitamin supplements, eating more fruits and vegetables, and regulating my urinary frequency which over a period of a couple months helped sort of still helps. Had a second kidney stone in April 2010 that I passed.
Another doctor treated me for a kidney stone in January 2010 after not finding any evidence to support the prostatitis claim. After the stone I still had frequent urination with pain that still came and went. Another doctor suggested increasing some vitamin supplements, eating more fruits and vegetables, and regulating my urinary frequency which over a period of a couple months helped sort of still helps. Had a second kidney stone in April 2010 that I passed.
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