Causes Of Frequent Urination?
. I’m a 25-year-old male. I’ve been urinating a lot for the past 2 weeks, maybe almost every hour. I’ve been taking ciprofloxacin 500mg for 1 week, urinating 400mg. And I’ve had blood and urine lab tests. The results are all good. My question. Why am I still stuck frequent urination?. Regular urination WITHOUT pain. But after urinating it seems like it’s not finished. Like there is still urine in mr.p.
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Urine is produced by the kidneys and the amount will be adjusted to the amount of water you drink. If indeed your water consumption exceeds 2 liters in a day then your chances of urinating more often are also high. But sometimes there are some conditions that can cause a person to urinate more often than usual. Some of these conditions are:
Diabetes insipidus Urinary tract infection Diabetes mellitus To be able to be sure again maybe you should consult with a urologist to discuss the possible causes of your current complaint. Maybe if it is necessary the doctor will advise you to do an ultrasound examination or an abdominal X-ray to further support the analysis of the possible causes of the complaints that occur at this time.
Some suggestions that you can do are:
Watch your fluid intake. At least limit to 2 liters in a day Keep your genital area clean. Use underwear that is not too tight and absorbs sweat Regular exercise Try to have a regular eating schedule with the consumption of healthy and nutritious food Get enough rest That's all the information we can convey. May be useful
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