Frequent urination in small amounts

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Since Monday, it was no longer the small need to urinate very shortly after I went once and then continue to urinate in small amounts. But rather I'd go, and 20-45 minutes later I'd feel the need to urinate again (in a small amount) but over the next 15-20 minutes after that I'd feel a very strong urge and I'd end up going a normal amount. I have basically been going every 1-2 hours. However, during the day while I'm at school I do not feel like I have to go at all.
Urinary incontinence may be related to increased urine production (more volume), increased urination frequency (more often, and in small amounts, typically related to lower urinary tract inflammation or discomfort, as is common in a urinary tract infection, bladder stones, crystals or other lower urinary tract conditions) or simple involuntary leaking unrelated to urine volume or lower urinary tract disease.
It seems that since then ( about 5 days) he is urinating almost every hour. He urinates small amounts. He does not have to get up during the night to go and has not had an accident in bed. He does seem to drink more often and often drinks diet colas. I have not noticed anything else abnormal.
For the past 6 weeks I've had frequent urination primarily in the day of small amounts. I'm 16 and don't drink soda. There are no other symptoms and I went to the doctor and they confirmed I don't have UTI or diabetes.
For the last year and a half I have had the frequent urge to urinate during the day. However, when I do urinate, it is often only is small amounts. I typically feel the need to urinate about every 1.5 hours. It seems like the urge is always much greater shortly after I eat. However, I have no problems sleeping through the night. I went to the doctor and he encouraged me to improve my diet, however, that did not seem to help any.
I generally have to urinate in small amounts,I feel that I am emptying my bladder everytime . My urine flow also is normal, I take little time to start urinating as the amount of urine is not much. there is no urinary leakage , i feel my pelvic floor muscles are strong enough.Urine test didn't show any infection. Also the ultrasound for urinary tract showed everything normal (such as prostate size, amount of post-void urine in bladder etc) .
Signs and symptoms A strong, persistent urge to urinate A burning sensation when urinating Passing frequent, small amounts of urine Blood in the urine (hematuria) or cloudy, strong-smelling urine I have none of those, lol i just gotta pee!!!!
Hi, Over the past week I have had a problem with frequent urination. I feel alot of pressure really low in my abdomine. I havent been taking in any more liquids than usual, but i am very bloated too! I also took a pregnancy test which came out negative. I dont know what is going on with me and it is starting to worry me as well. does anyone have any idea what it could be?
-Frequent Urination, gets worse the more liquids I drink BUT I can sometimes not drink anything for 6+ hours (not an exaggeration), and have to urinate every 20 minutes (ranging from medium to very small amounts of urine) -I often urinate amounts which clearly are too little (in volume) compared to my feeling of urgency -Abdominal discomfort/pressure (where I would assume my bladder is), 2 inches or so above the base of my penis -90% of the time it takes more effort than expected to begin
About every hour I had to go to the bathroom and not in small amounts, I would urinate a lot each time. The urine is almost clear with a tint of yellow. I don't have any other symptoms, no burning nothing. I'm due to get my period this Tuesday, can this have something to do with it? Also i'm on ovcon 35, any insight as to what this can be??
I went to Dr on sat and was told I had a small amount of lucozytes in my urine sample so couldn't definately say it was an infection but gave me anti biotics to take over 3 days anyway. They don't seem to have worked cos the problem is still here. I notice when I am stressed the problem can be worse (and I think it has been a symptoms of stress in the past) and I have other symptoms of anxiety disorder (mainly health anxiety).
I went to my doctor on numerous occasions about a few different symptoms I was having. I didn't have frequent urination or UTI's but I was having blood in my stool. My doctor told me that it was just polyps and not to worry. I had a colonoscopy booked for 4 months later. I went back again a couple of weeks after that with abdominal pain and real bad lower back pain. He told me it was my weight.
She was in full heat when she was fixed so she is passing small amounts of blood. She has had 3 accidents where it seems like she couldn't make it to the door when before surgery she always made it. I have her bell trained, so she knows how ask. Her personality is the same, though she is whining more than usual (she had her dew claws removed so she is in a cone. I can imagine shes being vocal because she's itchy). She's eating and drinking. She's wanting to play with other dogs.
I keep feeling like I have to go to the bathroom. When I go, I'm able to urinate only in small amounts, and towards the last moments of the urination, it's painful. & I'm still feeling like I have to go to the bathroom, each time with the same scenario occurring. I am on the sixth day of my period also. I usually go about 7 days even. But on the sixth & seventh days, I hardly bleed at all. Just a bit here and there.
During that time, I had some pain accompanied with frequent urination of small amounts after a slight fever. May I know what is wrong with me? Thanks!
I have bloating, I look like I am pregnant, frequent urination, pressure in my abdomen, lower back pain, extreme fatigue and pain during intercourse. What could this be. My doctor kept giving me medication for urinary tract infection.
Hello, Frequent urination in adults can be due to many causes.The primary cause which needs to be excluded is diabetes.Diabetes not only causes frequent urination but also numbness and tingling sensations.I would advise you to get a fasting blood sugar and Hb A1 C test done.
I have been having frequent urination for the past four years. I urinate about twelve times a day and four times at night, always in very small amounts. After having voided I feel satisfied, but a half an hour later I have the urge to go again. I exprience no pain or urgency. For four years I was able to deal with it for the most part, but recently I've become aware of the need to fix the problem. So I've been to two urologists.
I urinate about twelve times a day and four times at night, always in very small amounts. After having voided I feel satisfied, but a half an hour later I have the urge to go again. I exprience no pain or urgency. For four years I was able to deal with it for the most part, but recently I've become aware of the need to fix the problem. So I've been to two urologists.
passing frequent, small amounts of urine or blood in the urine. Fever and flank pain may also be observed if the infection involves the kidneys. Diagnosis is through urine analysis and antibiotics prescribed by your doctor are usually the treatment of choice. Drinking plenty of fluids and urinating frequently usually helps. Take care and keep us posted.
When I am sitting or standing, I rarely go to the bathroom and when I do, it is always in small amounts. I have a herniated disc in my lower back, rhumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, obesity, and several other conditions developed recently...I feel like a walking disaster area! I have asked my family physician about this on numerous occasions, but he either ignores me or advises that I just loose weight. My GYN DR.
When I am sitting or standing, I rarely go to the bathroom and when I do, it is always in small amounts. I have a herniated disc in my lower back, rhumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, obesity, and several other conditions developed recently...I feel like a walking disaster area! I have asked my family physician about this on numerous occasions, but he either ignores me or advises that I just loose weight. My GYN DR.
If your bladder has only a small capacity frequent urination with even a normal fluid intake can be seen. An irritant to the bladder such as infection, stone at the junction of the ureter and bladder, or tumor can also result in urinary frequency. Neurologic problems may also be present. A log of the amount of fluid you drink and urine you produce will help the urologist determine the cause for the frequency.
and remarked that small amounts of discharge are not unusual (the first I heard of that). He stated that because I was in a monagomous relationship, I wasn't at risk of STDs. The discharge has returned along with a mild burning, only at the urethral opening. There is NO burning sensation with urination. I don't like distrusting my wife and am wondering if I should get tested for chlamydia.
My lower back always hurts, not really anything new there, however, I have been urinating small amounts more frequently than normal. Today, the abdominal cramps were bad enough to make me nautious. I dont think this is an STD, well it had better not be for my husband's sake. Strangely, I also have developed raw/sore spots on my tounge. Aside from 1 cup of coffee every morning, all I drink is water. What is going on with me?
burning sensation when urinating, persistent urge to urinate, passing frequent and small amounts of urine, blood in the urine or cloudy urine. Diagnosis is done through urinalysis and urine culture. The usual treatment is antibiotics. Drinking plenty of fluids and frequent voiding can help. If your condition persists, it would be good to see your doctor for proper evaluation and management. Take care and keep us posted.
A couple of weeks ago a routine urine test revealed blood in my urine. I have no notable symptoms other than more frequent urination. They reran the urine test last week and the doctor said the blood was still present, but at a low level. He wants to have another urine test in a few weeks. Should I wait that long? How serious is this?
Symptoms of UTI are frequent urination, burning sensation during urination, passing of blood in urine and even fever. The most common causes of repeated UTIs are kidney stones and diabetes mellitus. Making a diagnosis of a urinary tract infection includes performing a urinalysis test, which checks for the presence of pus, white blood cells, and bacteria in the urine, which point to a urinary tract infection.
Hi, I do not know as to why you sent me a message with a link to this site as I'm not a doctor. I'm just a patient who has had several urological issues. "My Ultrasound report : Diffuse thickened urinary bladder wall (0.7 cm) Post void residual urine is significant (38 cc) Cystitis to be considered." When I went for urodynamics tests, they told me that residual urine of less than 100 cc is not considered to be a problem.
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