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Frequent urination at the age of 42. Blood report is normal

please can you help me i keep weeing all the time, ive been the toilet 8 times in the last 6 hours. have had a wee sample done and its come back ok and also my doctor has put me on oxybutynin tablets, ive been taking them for just over to weeks now but dont seem to be helping me. i am 42 female ive also had some bloods taken which have all come back fine
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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The increased frequency of urine can be due to infection and even due to incontinence which is probable in your case.Since the urine sample tested was normal and even other blood tests were normal that means the problem is some where in the track .You need to consult a Urologist who will examine and treat you for your problem and if required do a cystoscopy also.Consult a Urologist soon.
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