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Frequent urination. What could be the reason?

Yesterday night I was put into a situation where I had to hold in my pee for a long time. Ever since then I have been have trouble holding in my pee and I feel the need to go to the bathroom right after I have finished peeing just minutes earlier. I was wondering what could be the cause of this and if it is serious because I do not have any pain at all but this has been occuring all day long.
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for query,
You have an Urinary tract infection.This causes you frequency of urine.
Long holding of urine may some times attracts infection.
This is not a serious nothing to worry.
You have to take antibiotics with alkaliser to control it.
Take enough water.
Answered: Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Urologist Dr. Saurabh Pandya's  Response
hi, higher fluid intake/lots of fizzy drinks/coffee/tea/alcohol can cause frequent peeing. it can also be caused by urinary infection. Get yourself checked by your family physician who may advise a few tests including urine test to rule out urinary infection. if needed, he/she may advise a sonography of the kidneys and bladder. if there is no infection/stone, limit your fluid intake and decrease fizzy drinks/tea/coffee. take care.
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