I am having to pee extremely frequently! Sometimes 5 times in half an hour, some days a bit less say once every hour of the day, however sometimes every minute!
I am 16 years old.
This has been happening consistently for weeks.
I actually went to the doctor and mentioned this and they took a urine sample and nothing came back so I guess I don't have UTI?
What other problems could be causing this?
(And no I am not drinking more water than usual!)
Also I am clear of diabetes.
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replied November 28th, 2018
Anxiety , over active bladder urolithiasis and interstitial cystitis are some of the other causes that need to be looked for with such a presentation in consultation with your urologist.

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