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Why Do I Have to Pee All the Time?

Roughly 30 - 40% of people in the U.S. deal with frequent urination. If you’ve ever had to ask, “Why do I have to pee all the time?” Here’s the answer.

Why Do I Have to Pee All the Time

In This Article:

  • Medical causes of frequent urination include constipation, vaginitis, obesity, diabetes, UTI, bladder or kidney stones, interstiti cystitis, enlarged prostate and bladder cancer.
  • Lifestyle causes of frequent urination include drinking too much fluid, consuming diuretics or eating spicy, salty or acidic food that irritate the bladder.
  • The Urology Care Foundation says about 30% of men and 40% of women in the U.S. deal with frequent urination, which is defined as needing to pee more than eight times in a 24-hour period.

Addressing frequent urination starts with understanding whether it’s tied to physical, medical, or lifestyle factors. Frequent urination can be the actual problem or it could be a symptom of something else.

— Sandra Yuh
Sandra Yuh

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