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Frequent urination, tingling sensation. What does it mean?

What does it mean when u have frequent urination and when u go sometimes its only a few drops. And there is an uncomfortable tingling sensation afterwards. Not unbearable, but just uncomfortable. The tingling only happens when i drink a soda or juice or something like dat. As lng as im drinking water i dont have the tingling problem.
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Thanks for writing your query.

Frequent urination along with burning sensation is usually due to urinary tract infection.
You should drink plenty of pure water and avoid spicy foods which increase the acidity or reduce the pH of urine as this can result in 'tingling sensation' in urine. Since juice is more acidic as compared to water, it may result in the above sensation.

It is advisable that you should get yourself investigated for
1. Blood sugar
2. Urine examination(Routine/Microscopic)

I hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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