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Increased frequency and urgency of urination, no burning, not UTI. What could this be?

Hi, I am a 22 year old woman. For the last week or so, I have noticed an increased frequency and urgency of urination . I have not changed my diet and I am not drinking more fluids than usual. It is so persistent that I am going about once every hour and many times, I don t urinate that much. There is no stinging or burning, and I have been taking cranberry pills and I took the AZO UTI medicine and neither of them have helped at all. I ve had many UTI s in the past and can easily recognize them but I don t think this is a UTI. Please help!
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
When there is irritation of urethral lining leads to increase frequency of urination.
It may be due to infection or some irritants like medicine has changed Ph of urine etc.
First take urine test 7 confirm that there is infection or not.If no infection found then stop all medicine.
Take a good alkaliser.
If you do not get response then examine your self by a Gynec doctor for anterior wall of vaginal laxity.
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