> The first thing your statement suggests is Anxiety. One generally states the age in years - not months / not add days / as you have written!
> The next thing is an over active bladder. Is it only the frequency? is the quantity also increased?
> Of course there is PCOS
> We need to exclude Diabetes
(usually D mellitus / rarely D insipidus) -Glucose Tolerance Test
(GTT) is generally needed. You need to see urine osmolality
is greatly increased by diet. But more often heredity is basic cause.
You need more investigation for proper assessment and assistance
Your GP will be able to guide properly - Gynaecologist / Urologist
In general, they appear to be easily manageable.