why does it always feel like i have to pee
I pretty much constantly feel pressure and like I have to pee. If I hold it in a long time the urge is stronger but as soon as I go, the urge starts creeping up again. No burning. Seemingly no discoloration or smell,
I ve had this problem before which lasted maybe a year and then it gradually faded? But then it came back sometime last year and it s wearing me down so bad to where I break down and lose it some days. I ve been to doctors and I never really get much help. The last Urologist cost me what? $400 to $500? And I got nothing out of it and now I don t even know what to do or who to turn to. I just don t have money to keep spending and not even be helped. Most doctors I go to just do the same thing. Oh it might be a UTI. LEt s check again and again. One of the only doctors who offered anything outside the box was a doctor from a few years ago who thinks I might have unintentionally trained my bladder to be this way.
The most recent one I went to said it might be overactive bladder or something and kinda brushed me off. I officially had lab tests done that determined I do not have a UTI. I know it isn t an STD because I had this problem before ever partaking in anything like that. I ve tried quitting soda and drinking only water. Still doing that. I m even trying bladder training currently and I just don t feel like it s really doing much for me? I m forcing myself to hold it in longer now but even when I do that I ll still have to go again shortly after. I once held it for like 5 hours, emptied, felt a little better, and then I get in the car and shortly I have to go again. It s just this constant awareness I have of my bladder, this constant feeling of like a little pressure or urge. I don t really leak much. Maybe once or twice I have though?
I remember one morning waking up feeling like I must have just started my perod but it wasn t that. So I mean I am at my limit here. I just don t know what kind of doctor to go to anywmore. And like I just can t bear the thought of dropping another $400-500 like a damn fool. Frequent urination describes the need to urinate more often than usual. However, there is not really a clear definition of БfrequentБ when it comes to how often you urinate. The key to deciding if you have issues with frequent urination is whether. Frequent urination describes the need to urinate more often than usual. However, there is not really a clear definition of БfrequentБ when it comes to how often you urinate. The key to deciding if you have issues with frequent urination is whether the need to urinate often is creating challenges in your life. You may also consider whether you feel anxiety when you are not near a restroom.
Urgent urination describes an overwhelming need to get to a restroom immediately. It may be accompanied by pain or discomfort in the bladder or urinary tract. You may have urgent urination issues if you sometimes canБt make it to the bathroom in time or if the urge to urinate comes on very suddenly. Frequent and urgent urination issues often occur together. You may feel the need to urinate often, and the urge comes on suddenly. Urinary tract infections are the most common cause of frequent or urgent urination. Other causes include: pregnancy, especially in the third trimester, when there is pressure on the bladder interstitial cystitis, a chronic infection in the bladder There are also other possible causes for frequent urination. It can disrupt your sleep, which is a condition called nocturia. It commonly occurs as you get older because your body stops producing a hormone that prevents nighttime urination as you age.
The bladder also loses elasticity as you get older. This makes it difficult to hold urine for extended periods of time. б б ItБs possible that frequent or urgent urination could be normal for you if you donБt have other symptoms. However, in most cases, frequent or urgent urination signals an underlying health condition. fever, chills, or fatigue You should also consider making an appointment with your doctor if you wake up more than three times every night to urinate. The treatment plan for frequent or urgent urination is largely dependent on the cause. Antibiotics can help treat infections. Lifestyle changes such as monitoring liquid consumption and urine output or adjusting medications can help some people. Your doctor will develop a treatment plan to address your specific situation. б
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