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  Increased Urinary Frequency  
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Polyuria is a commonly experienced symptom. Too much urine may be different than an increased frequency of urination. Polyuria needs to be distinguished from the slightly different symptoms of excessively frequent urination, urinary dribbling, or an unusual urgency to urinate.

Too much urine can be caused by any of the following:

If too much urine is suspected, the urine volume and cause should be investigated by a health professional.


Risk factors for Increased Urinary Frequency:
Allergy  Allergy to Cow's Milk


  Diabetes Type I
  Multiple Sclerosis / Risk


  Caffeine Intoxication
 Caffeine is a diuretic, causing increased urination.




  Cystitis, Bacterial Bladder Infection
  STD Gonorrhea


  Constitutional Temperature
  Acute, Intermittent Porphoria


  Hypokalemia / Potassium Need

Organ Health

  Enlarged Prostate
 Increases in the number of times a man has to visit the bathroom along with a frequent sensation of having to urinate - especially at night - are among some of the early signs. In addition, a reduction in the force and caliber of urination is also characteristic of prostatic enlargement.

  Increased Risk of Diabetes ll

Symptoms - Food - Beverages

  Reasonable/sufficient water consumption
  High/excessive water consumption

Tumors, Benign

 Mural fibroids (located in the uterine wall) and subserous fibroids (protruding outside the uterine wall) may reach a large size before causing symptoms. These symptoms may include pressure on the bladder with difficulty voiding or urinary frequency and urgency, pressure on the rectum with constipation, lower back and abdominal pain, as well as heavy bleeding.


  Interstitial Cystitis
  Urethritis / Urethral Syndrome

Increased Urinary Frequency suggests the following may be present:
Autoimmune  Diabetes Type I


  STD Gonorrhea

Organ Health



  Urethritis / Urethral Syndrome
  Interstitial Cystitis

Recommendations for Increased Urinary Frequency:
Diet  Artificial Sweetener Avoidance
 Sugar substitutes like aspartame and saccharin may cause bladder irritation. The most difficult soda to tolerate appears to be diet cola, which is a quadruple whammy of carbonation, caffeine, aspartame and cocoa derivatives, four known bladder irritants.

  Caffeine/Coffee Avoidance

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