There are several reasons for frequent urination including increase in the amount of water/fluids you are drinking, change in medications such as diuretics, or a urinary tract infection. It depends on many factors. If you notice anything like burning when you urinate, blood tinged urine, urgency, or fevers/chills, consult your physician. If you are noticing that you are more thirsty than you used to be as well as having frequent urination and this has been going on for more than a couple of weeks, there may be a hormonal issue and you should let your doctor know.
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