Frequent Urination Urge in Women: An Early Sign of Disease

Date:2023-03-30 click:0

Female patients in urology suffer from frequent urination symptoms, and the chances are greater. The causes of frequent urination in women include the following:


1. Acute cystitis

Acute cystitis is a disease caused by bacterial infections, and the most common pathogen is gram-negative bacteria. Symptoms such as frequent urination, urinary urgency, and painful urination will occur when suffering from acute cystitis. Moreover, some patients will also have difficulty urinating and have cloudy urine. A few patients will have fever symptoms along with abnormal urination.

2. Overactive bladder syndromes

If you suffer from overactive bladder, the more typical symptom is that you do not have the urge to urinate one second and immediately urge to urinate the next. You must first pay attention to the location of the toilet when you go out every day to avoid the sudden onset of the urge to urinate. 

Overactive bladder syndromes have several causes, including urethral and pelvic dysfunction, bladder forceps instability, and abnormal mental states and behaviors. These causes can lead to overactive bladder syndromes, which refer to a sudden urge to urinate will appear when the bladder capacity has not yet reached its maximum, and the contraction of the bladder cannot be controlled, causing symptoms of urinary urgency to appear.

3. Diabetes insipidus

Diabetes insipidus is a disease caused by neuroendocrine or renal abnormalities, and there is a strong link between different levels of arginine pressure and renal insensitivity to argipressin. When these abnormal triggers occur in the body, it leads to dysfunction of the water reabsorption function for the kidney tubules, causing a series of abnormal symptoms. Patients with diabetes insipidus will experience heavy urination, irritability, and thirst. Such patients often need to drink a lot of water. The onset of the disease is relatively rapid, and the symptoms are more pronounced.

4. Diabetes

Diabetes is a common endocrine disease, which refers to a decline in insulin secretion due to genetic and environmental factors that cause pancreatic islet cell dysfunction, making the glucose in the blood can not be digested and utilized promptly and flow with the blood into all parts of the body, thus affecting the normal function of various organs in the body. 

The most typical symptoms of diabetes are "three mores and one less": drinking more, urinating more, eating more, and losing weight. When these symptoms appear in the body simultaneously, it is essential to pay attention to them.

In addition to disease factors, frequent urination may also be caused by some physiological reasons, such as:

1. Drinking too much water

When you drink a lot of water, urination will naturally increase. If you drink a lot of water during the day, then it is normal for your urination to become more frequent.

2. Psychological factors

When people are nervous, they want to go to the toilet. You can shift your attention and focus on other things, which effectively relieves the phenomenon of frequent urination.

Since the causes are complex and varied, patients are advised to go to the hospital promptly to undergo relevant examinations, such as urinary routine, pelvic ultrasound, cystoscopy, etc., to understand the specific situations and ask the doctor to offer a personalized treatment plan based on the examination results. During treatment, urine should be emptied in time to avoid holding urine.

Women should keep themselves healthy, and it is everyone's responsibility to insist on improving their health. After all, if you have frequent urination and always have the urge to urinate, it will seriously affect your normal life.

If you want to avoid the diseases, seek medical advice about an abnormality, identify the causes, and carry out the targeted treatment. In addition, it is essential to adhere to exercise every day and to develop good habits.

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