hey, im not sure what it could be. but i thought if it was a uti you would have other problems too like burning or something. i too have been going to the bathroom alot since saturday, close to every hour or so. good luck
Ya Im not getting no pain or anything my doctor called me up and antibotic and Im all done with but Im still peeing so much....Im not thirsty or anything just peeing it gets me upset..... do you drink alot of fluids?
Hmm, yea i have no pain besides my cramps i get. But i have been drinking the same amount of fluids as i normally do. It's only 11:11am and I'm about to pee again [that would make 5 times since waking up at 6:35am] ugh!!!
I would think it would be a urinary tract infection...if your urine has changed colors or its a very lttle amount and it hurts or burn then thats what it is....even if its not burning or hurting yet it could be early in it and the longer you wait to go to the doctor the worse it will get......
Did either of you (bip/msniki) start to feel better? I've had UTIs before and they start off as frequent urination, but within hours, I'd get the pain and know immediately what it was. I'm also peeing every 45 minutes...since this morning. I've got no pain or burning, just the little tickle when I need to go. It's so damn annoying, b/c it's 2:30am and now I can't sleep. I tried so hard to not drink too much, but the urine keeps coming.
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