Frequent urination in the middle of the night

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Every woman is different. I never got up in the middle of the night to use the restroom until about 29 weeks, but even then I only get up once and then once when I wake up for the day. Some women wake up 5+ times.
I wish I didnt lol.
I urinate in the middle of the night, and when I get up in the morning I will go to the bathroom sometimes 2-3 times an hour. This continues throughout the day. There is no burning or urge its just that I have a full bladder constantly. I am not thirsty but I have to drink water to keep up with my unrinating or I will get dehydrated. I went to the doctor and he did a urine test and blood test to make sure it wasn't diabetes or kidney problems and the tests came back with no problems at all.
I find myself having to go to the toilet upwards of 20 times in day, and often wake up in the middle of the night to urinate. In addition, I sometimes feel the urge to urinate just after having gone, but when I do go back again only a dribble comes out. I have searched the Internet for any information relating to these issues, but haven't come up with much (that's why I am posting here ^_^) I don't drink that much a day (around 6 glasses of fluid) and have no history of urological problems.
The past 2 months I've had to get up in the middle of the night 2 to 3 times with bad back pains as soon as I urinate the back pain fades away, untill the next time. The last few days the area between my groin and my hip on my right front side also has a dull pain. Any recommendations?? Just turned 39 years old in October I'm 5'9" tall 155 lbs.
I should also mention that the frequent urination varies throughout the day (more in evenings) but my worries stay constant. So my other question is does the panic attack trigger an immediate occurence of urination or can there be a couple hours lag? i.e Say you worry once or twice a lot during the day but the effect is you frequently urinate throughout the day. I also don't need to get up in the middle of the night to urinate (maybe because when I am sleeping, I'm not worrying?).
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I go to the bathroom about 3-5 times as well but only at night its kinda ridiculous and annoying to have to get up that much in the middle of the night but it will all be well worth it in the long run.
I realize that I am now thirsty alot more often and have even lost control of my bladder in the middle of the night while asleep. I feel that I have been eating much less but haven't lost any weight. I am a bit confused about these symptoms so am wondering if anyone has any ideas or suggestions....thanks!
For the last six months, however, I have been the victim of frequent UTIs- ie, up to five in three months. 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 usually go 2-3 times before I can fall asleep, although I've never woken up in the middle of the night to go. What could be causing this? Thank you for your help.
Even for those with a family history, a case at 30 years old would be remarkable. The frequency in voiding urine in the night may also be a sign of diabetes (which you may consider getting a blood test for), the lower back and lower abdomen pain may be related with your exercises, your posture especially on the bike may ne contributory.
For history, I had taken homeopathy treatment (still undergoing) for constant throat infection and recurring stomach problem (like lower abdomen pain and loose motions). In the middle of this treatment, frequent urination problem happened. I am not sure about the cause for it.Homeopathy has been very effective in controlling throat and stomach related issue but has failed when treated for urination problem.
It makes me having trouble with my sleeping too because It wakes me up every night in the middle of my sleep..I already consult a ob gynecologist and have urinalisys after the result she said that I have a UTI urinary tract infection and given antibiotics but after that my frequent peeing doesnt go away..I already had transvaginal ultrasound but the result were good..It always bother me because I cant get enough sleep because of this..
My heart really goes out to you, but at the same time i feel no comfort in knowing that I may end up the same way. I've had frequent urination for a month now. This is the start of my 5th week. No trace of UTI or other bacterial infections. No STDs. Vaginal swabs came back normal. I've had blood work done, and nothing presented out of the ordinary. I just had pelvic and renal ultrasounds. The woman at the time it was being done said she spotted nothing unusual.
Can you get the rotten tooth taken care of? Abcesses are definitely no fun and can potentially be dangerous, so I'm glad if that is cleared out.
A new study confirms these findings again, but points out that the presence of frequent trips to the bathroom is as sensitive in predicting obstructive sleep apnea as snoring! Sleep apnea also makes the body produce more urine, and because you wake up every few hours, you’ll want to go, but you won’t have a completely full bladder. Sudden shifts in blood flow into the heart after an obstructive event increases production of atrial natriuretic peptide, which makes you produce more urine.
The pain finally subsided. The pain was started again in the middle of the night and was very severe the next day. I had been urinating everyone 5 to 10 minutes also. I ended up in the ER double up in pain that afternoon. Come to find out after x'rays ect..I was constipated from all the narcotics I had been taking. The Dr should have advised me to take stool softners. That problem is no taken care of. I am still having discomfort in my lower abdomen I believe it is my bladder.
Especially at night, I sometimes go 2 to 3 times in the middle of the night. Also when I lay flat on my stomach, it seems to trigger something . After sexual intercourse, I tend to go quiet often. I was recently tested for uti and it came back negative, no yeast infection. Could it be a probelm with my bladder or is it the patch???
Its embarassing, I don't always have to go during the meal but I normally have the urge to go. Normally I don't have to wake up in the middle of the night to urinate unless I drink something right before I go to bed. --Urine Characteristics: -The urine is straw/yellow colored and has distinct odor (I always thought it smelled like bacon) if I don't drink alot of fluids and -Clear or colorless if I do drink alot of fluids. No cloudiness or blood or pain during urination, no trouble urinating.
About a week ago I woke up in the middle of the night and felt the completely nauseated and ran to the bathroom where I threw up for a good hour. I turned on the light and noticed there was blood everywhere but realized it was from a nose bleed that happened while I was in the midst of throwing up. I attributed the throwing up to something I ate and the nose bleed to the exertion of the throwing up.
I have woken up early in the morning before my alarm clock goes off, or even in the middle of the night now and then and have not felt one PVC. It seems that once I'm unconscious, these are also suppressed, or I'm just super relaxed and the heart pumps without anything irritating it to cause a PVC. Two questions: 1) Has anyone experienced or is experiencing anything like this at all? 2) These facts are always true, and the PVCs are not that random. Don't these symptoms point to a clear cause??
Is that how often you self cath? It seems excessive to me, especially in the middle of the night. Ho hum, I give in, I give up - - - there is nothing for me to do except to self cath. thank you for encouraging me to learn how properly. My frustration is because I can no longer urinate naturally and do not know why? what happened to me? does it happen to everyone at a certain age? was it from medication?
I sleep in the position I like and don't worry about pain in the morning. The pain was in the upper middle part of my back in the 7th vertebrae of my left side. I saw a spinal specialist who said said my spine looked good and reccomended new sleeping positions and a sleep number bed. But without the desire to invest in all these things without knowing what was wrong, I got a second opinion from a well known sports medicine practitioner in my community.
I took my medicine at night so I assumed that the pain increased later in the afternoon because the medicine was wearing off. Anyways, I went back to school and basically had to live through the discomfort. I decided that the pain wasn't going away, so I scheduled another appointment with a specialist who was a urologist. This was roughly around the middle of April. At the urologist I was given another urine test, this also came back negative.
frequent urination (for me it was mostly in the middle of the night), SUPER tired, and maybe nausea.
) I've experienced hyperparathyroidism and it presented quite similar to your symptoms. The night sweats, frequent urination, GI problems, headaches, and anxiety and palpitations were among them...(I had many more symptoms..) It makes your blood calcium level high and, if it goes unchecked, it can cause high blood pressure and strokes (which may have been what you've experienced when you had your Feb '08 episode).
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