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i am 28 years old.I have to pee every 10 to 15 minutes,sometimes its longer.If we go somewhere i pee before we leave and if we go somewhere 15 minutes away i have to pee when we get there.i pee before i go to bed and as soon as i get comfy i have to get up and go again.The doctor says im not diabetic and no overactive bladder.i feel like my bladder doesn't empty out all the way. what can i do? it doesn't burn or hurt to pee.
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replied April 20th, 2011
Hello and thank you for posting your medical question on E health forum.

From the description provided it could be a urinary infection or a over distended bladder due to some block in the urethra, stopping the flow of the urine.

the best way to diagnose this is a urinalysis and a ultrasound of the pelvis.

This will help in diagnosis and specific treatment.

You might consult a urologist for the same.

I hope this helps.


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replied June 30th, 2013
Frequent urination.
Hi,I am 34 years old and I notice that I keep having frequent urination. I usually can't sleep because of the disturbance. I am not diabetic and sometimes I can't fully get my urine out all at once,which means frequent trips.what could I do to calm the symptoms?
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