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Drinking less water, frequent urination. Kidney problem?

Hello doctor, i am a girl of 24 years. I drink very less water. Usually 1 glass a day. Even then i go every 2 hours. I don t know from where this all water comes. If i drink water, immediately within 10 minutes i have to go for urine . Now i started drinking water more( 8 glasses), i feel like go for urination every half hour. Is there any problem in my kidney? WHy i have to go for frequent urination?
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Dear Sunaina,
It is not healthy to restrict your water intake to only 1 glass of water. However passing urine so frequently is also not normal.
Do you also need to get up at night as frequently?
Is the amount of urine passed, small or large?
Are you consuming fluids in other forms tea, coffee, colas, softdrinks etc?
Check your urine routine and microscopy?
Keep a strict record of fluid intake and urine passed?
These would help better understand your problem...
Answered: Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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