Medication For Frequent Urination

Date:2019-07-05 click:0
Frequent urination is one of the most common symptoms of the urinary system. The number of times of urination increases, while urine volume of each time decreases, and 24-hour urine volume is almost the same, it is known as frequent urination. 
The causes can be divided into physiological and pathological factors. Physiological factors such as large amounts of drinking water and mental stress. The causes of frequent urination are summarized as follows.
1. A large amount of drinking water can cause frequent urination. If a man drinks a lot of water and eat watermelon under physiological conditions, due to the increase of water intake, the amount of urine increases through the regulation and filtration of the kidney, and the frequency of urination also increase, which will make frequent urination happen.
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Under pathological conditions, for example, for patients with diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus, if they drink more water, they tend to have more urine and voiding times. But usually there is no discomfort in urination. 
According to TCM, besides the symptoms of frequent nocturnal urination caused by body diseases, frequent urination may also be caused by kidney deficiency and other factors, such as deficiency of kidney Qi, which can also cause polyuria. 
2. Inflammatory infection. At present, in modern andrology, the frequent urination caused by this reason is the most common. Cystitis is the most common cause of urinary frequency. Others, such as prostatitis, urethritis, and pyelonephritis can result in frequent urge of urination too.
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Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has the function of diuresis, treating stranguria and eliminating inflammation. It can alleviate the symptoms of frequent urinary urgency caused by various inflammatory pathological diseases.
3. Other reasons. Such as urinary calculi, foreign matter, and reduced bladder capacity, etc, will cause frequent urination by tension and depression on the uretha and bladder.