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Hello guys, i am a 16 year old male weighing in at 138lbs. I am an avid weightlifter (have being going at it for around 2-3 months) and i tend to drink alot of fluids (can range between a 1L - 1.5L) while doing my workout (which is from 3:30 to 4:30pm).
I probably drink 500ml of more fluids (inc milk, soup...etc) before sleeping at 9:30pm.
Yesterday, i had a horrible night. I pee'd 15 TIMES from 9:30pm all the way to 1:30 AM. I feel asleep out of sheer exhaustion but i do NOT want this to repeat.
Im wondering if i have a small bladder or not because i want to be able to retain my urine. I think that a gap of 4 hours is enough for all the fluids to have escaped my body.
I believe it is the amount of water you are drinking, you are drinking a lot before bed. Try to cut back some and see if this helps. I know if I drink a lot of water before bed, I will have to get up and go, so, I have learned not to do that.
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