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Drink lots of water,still no urge to urinate. Why is this ?

Hello Dr,I am 24 year old,I drink lots of water(4 litres), and yet have not had the urge to pee all day. I went to the bathroom to try and a little bit came out, but nothing substantial, other than the fact that usually when I drink so much water it is clear. I m not sure whats wrong, as I have no other symptoms and feel just fine. It s worrying me a lot n I taake Valparin chrono 300 (Morning & evening),plz suggest me
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have no feeling of urge to pass urine in spite of drinking lots of water.
sensation of urge to pass urine is triggered by brain when bladder gets filled to its maximum capacity.This capacity varies from person to person ,various seasons and as per age.

In a normal person It is not the significant how frequently you urinate but the total quantity of urine that you pass in 24 hours that is important .(Normal voided urine is 1200-1500 ml/24 hours)

Please measure urine that you pass in 24 hours.

Please do not worry as long as you do not have any urinary symptoms.

Answered: Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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