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Frequent Urination
I have frequent urination, it started when I was 8. Now I'm 20 years old and I'm still experiencing it. I don't feel any pain during urination though, it is just the time interval that bothers me - it's too frequent. I've had urinalysis but result showed all is normal, same goes with my ultrasound, my organs are normal. What could be the possible underlying cause of this? Please answer. I really want to live 'normally'.
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Normally urine is held in the urinary bladder for a few hours till the bladder is ready to empty, when the sphincter relaxes as part of a local reflex action. However this action is under the control of higher neural centres in the brain. I suspect that this neuronal control is impaired in your case. Please consult a nephrologist for further advice.
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