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shall i be concerned as my daughter is having frequent urination ?

my daughter age is 8yeas, from the last 4 days is going frequently to urine . so please tell me is there any problem.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Apr 2011
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these are symptom of urinary tract infection get it treated after urine examination
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Frequent urination is sometimes a sign of an abnormality in a child's urine, such as having bacteria (urinary tract infection), blood (hematuria), or sugar (which can be a sign of diabetes).
Children with frequent urination should be seen by their Pediatrician for an evaluation, which will usually include a urinalysis, which is an examination of his urine.
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