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Suddenly started to drink

hi! i recently started drinking water! i never used to drink water before!! i could go two weeks without even a sip!! since i started drinking two bottles a day this past few days, i noticed ive been urinating a lot!! is this normal!! sometime i go to pee twice in an hour!!
Asked On : Thu, 14 Jan 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

Since you havnt drank water a lot and suddenly started your body isnt used to that amount of pure fluid that the stomach does not have to digest other substances, such as sugars, carlories, carbs and sodium. Thus is runs through you faster. The water fills up your bladder and makes your go pee more. Your body will adjust to the amount of water and your bladder should get a little bigger in time. But you should also see if you have a Urineary Tract Infection. If it is sometimes a burning feeling when you pee, that could also be a sign. I wouldnt worry just yet if your peeing a lot. If other signs arise, then go see a Dr.

Answered: Thu, 14 Jan 2010
  Anonymous's Response

Hi.. Excessive urination for a period of time during weather change could be normal. But some times these may be signs of diabetes or an urine infection... So get these test done before you relax...

Answered: Thu, 14 Jan 2010
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