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Does urinating a lot means herpes, UTI ?

I urinate alot and feel the need to urinate alot can this mean Herpes? B/C I did a urinalysis and it was said that its not Gonorrhea or chlamydia or a UTI or Bladder infection b/c it would show in the urine right? soo Im just trying to figure out what it is my Doc. said it might be Prostatitis? but I don t know what that is? Its like nothing hurts it just feels like I have to urinate alot
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jul 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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Avoid drinking much water, not more than 2 litres a day. There could be a mild urinary infection which can cause this problem. Also get your electrolytes tested to look for Diabetes insipidus which can cause excess urination. Do your kidney function tests as well. Prostatitis will cause pain if digital rectal examination is done. Your Urologist will guide you to the diagnosis and management. Avoid high salt diet.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
Thanks for query,
If you are age of 60 years you might have enlarge prostate.
in this condition without urinary infection frequency of urination is there .
Go for blood sugar for diabetes.
Consult urologist and seek his advice.
ok and bye.
Answered: Sun, 24 Jul 2011
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