Hi, Sometimes i have the need to pee. It feels like i havent went and am holding it in and when i go nothing or very little comes out. I do not have blood when i have this feeling. This feeling doesnt happen all the time. i have been drinking alot of pop lately. I do not have any insurance and if possible avoid any bills.
This is known as urgency of urine and can be due to many reasons like polydypsia( excessive intake of water)and polyuria( excessive urine production) which occur due to diseases like diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Excessive intake of coffee and cola drinks can be another reason. In men prostatic hypertrophy can cause this. You need to get some tests done to diagnose the underlying problem.
I suggest you to get it evaluated from a urologist.
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