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Frequent urination
Having frequent urination. Especially in cold weather/areas(ac). The urine is of clear color and very rarely gives pain or burning sensation. The flow is uniform in all the bathroom visits and the frequency is 1-1.5 hrs
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Hello, in this cold our excretion through sweat is lowest so essential excretion done through urine. That's why you have frequent urination. As no burning & no colors change its normal.
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u can go for urine examination in the laboratory . it's better to consult doctor
Health Tips
1) do not drink excessive water than thrust. 2) avoid fruits like guava, tomatoes.
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First of all keep in mind that the water we take has to undergo digestion before excretion. Water requirement of the body differs person to person ,prakruti to prakruti and also according to profession. Hence if the water intake exceeding your requirement it will affect the digestion and vice vers. And thus the excretion. So please check whether you are - drinking water      -more that requirement?      -irrespective of thirst? - feeling hungry at right time?
Next Steps
try to have medicated water , atleast 1 lit for a Day. 1 table spoon of dry ginger powder + 1 table spoon of jeera + 1lit water. boil it for 5 min and drink it sip by sip as per your thirst. it will help you to control your frequency of micturition.
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always drink water sip by sip with gargling. avoid drinking before and after food. have it during meal.
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