I hardly urinate at all during the day. Tiny amounts and always dark despite drinking plenty of water.
Then at night I urinate lots and a high volume of pale urine.
The urine is sometimes cloudy and I have pain in the pens and lower abdomen. My urologist suspects my symptoms to indicate prostatitis or bladder stones but he can't explain the day vs night difference.
Any ideas?
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replied June 30th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.It needs complete workup. If urination wake you up from sleep then it needs workup. Prostate, electrolyte imbalance, urodynamics problems all need to be looked at. Consult with endocrinologist and urologist both and let them have a look.



Take care


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replied August 2nd, 2019
It may be a urinary tract infection, but other diseases are not excluded. Herbal medicine diuretic and anti-inflammatory pills can be used to treat urinary tract infections. Drink plenty of water and avoid spicy and irritating food. It's better to find a professional doctor to check for symptomatic treatment.
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