Posted By Winnie Chow on December 30, 1998 at 06:35:17:
Ever since my abortion when I was around 14 years old, I urinate frequently day and night. I know it's not incontinence because I don't have a problem with bladder control. Another important fact is that I do not drink water at all. The most I'll drink for a day is 1 full glass of water. But I do drink some milk. Although I don't drink that much fluids, I urinate at least once every hour during the day (much more when I drink more fluids), 3-5 times during my 10-hr-sleep, both with adequate amount of urine every time. I don't think there is an infection because I don't experience any pain, blood, burning sensation, or itching. In addition, it takes a while for my urine to come out. I often have to sit on the toilet for over 10 seconds until I start urinating. However, there is no pain involved.
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