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Frequent urination, eating lot of tomato, chilli, vegetables

Hello! I m a 31 year old female who has had frequent urination the past couple of days - no other symptoms. I ve been eating a lot of tomato based products lately which is my only change. I ve ate lots of chili and vegetable soup that contains tomato juice. I ve also been eating lots of cherry tomatoes. Could this cause my frequent urination? Thanks for your help!
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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thanks for using Health Care magic .

I would be pleased to answer your question

The most common cause in females of frequent urination is the urinary tract infection . No matter how much of tomato you eat , It would be wise to get your urine checked for microbes and proteins to rule out a Urinary tract infection .
Ofcourse tomato containing items can cause increase in the urination however , it is better to rule out the infection as if not treated it can cause a lot of trouble.
Thanks and take care
Answered: Tue, 15 May 2012
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