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Urinary Frequency - 19 Year Old

For the last 5 days I've been having more and more urge to urinate. So I went to the doctor thinking I had some infection in my bladder but the microbiological examination of my urine stated otherwise; protein, glucose and blood were all negative and epithelial cells, casts and crystals were non-existent. Also my leucocytes and red cells were below 10 (<10 x 10^6/L)

It seems to be getting better but it's still there. Health wise I'm OK, I drink a lot of coke and I've been under a lot of stress. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
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replied June 20th, 2007
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Have you been drinking more soda, coffee, tea, or alcohol than usual? All of those can act as diuretics, which means they tend to make people urinate more frequently.
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replied June 20th, 2007
I've been having a lot of coke but that has been the situation for the last 4/5 years, unless my excessive drinking has finally caught up to me right now I don't think it's anything I'm having that's causing my problems.
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replied June 20th, 2007
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So it sounds like you were checked for a uti and for diabetes, and both came back negative? I am not sure what might be causing your problem then.

When I was a kid, I could pee like once or twice a day. When I was your age, I started peeing more. Now, I pee like every other hour. Laughing Maybe we're just getting old, or maybe all of that not peeing enough caught up to me. Laughing Soda never used to make me pee much at all. Now if I have one with dinner, I pee all night like a little old lady. Soon it'll be "no liquids after 6pm" for me. Laughing
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