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Passing urine 5-6 times a day, urine color clear, no pain. Normal? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Urinary and Bladder Problems
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Doctor:I am xxxxxxxx
User:I pass urine very frequently, 5 to 6 times a day.
Doctor:Ok that is normal frequency
Doctor:Let me know the color and quantity of urine?
User:it's transparent color and quanity is more
Doctor:What is your age, gender and occupation?
Doctor:How many glasses of water do you drink a day?
User:age: 30, Male, Software professional
User:approximately 5 glasses of water
Doctor:I think you are just doing normal with the description given above
User:even early morning when i wake up, i feel the urgency to pass urine.
User:although i pass urine before i go to bed
Doctor:When someone comes to senses in the morning there is a sense of urgency to pass because the bladder would be holding urine for 7 hours and would be filled.
Doctor:Sleep destroys the impulses to pass urine in normal men
Doctor:Wakefulness increases the impulses
Doctor:Are you taking any medication?
Doctor:for any problem
User:Now, no.
User:this happened to me only once ' i passed urine many times a particular day'.
User:and this never repeated
Doctor:Just do not worry
Doctor:Increase the amount of water intake, it should be 30ml per kg you weigh
Doctor:If you weight 70 kg, then you should take 2100 ml which is 7 full glasses of water
User:i sometimes get a feeling that this frequency increase is because i sit for long hours
User:i feel some sort of pressure
Doctor:I reassure you that you do not have an increased frequency
Doctor:The body is doing a better thermoregulation now because of hot weather
User:Ok. Thank you very much. have a nice weekend.
Doctor:YOu too
Doctor:Bye for now
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