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frequent urination

iam suffering from frequent urination..all reports normal(sonography,blood sugar etc)..i have this problem 4 past 1 year...i have a constant feeling tht bladder is never empty..my symptoms started all of a sudden..
  aarneha on 2009-07-07
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im a 20 yr old girl...
aarneha last decade
doctors please help....
aarneha last decade
-Please make a detailed note of your temperament , behavior , fears, food cravings/aversions, etc.

-Any negative emotions like anger or envy should be mentioned.

-Any life events which co-incided with the start of the problems ?
Niel Madhavan last decade
the problem appears to increase with coffee,soft drinks etc..
sometimes even small amounts of fluids increases the problem severly.sometimes thefrequency is as severe as once in few minutes..

no negative emotions..
aarneha last decade
Do you have urinary Track infection (UTI) or have any itching burining in urethera.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
dr.. no such burning or itching
aarneha last decade

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