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Ghostrui 27

Go see a doctor, the constant need to go could be an underlining problem.

As others have stated; Go to the Doctors! Underlying UTI or Kidney issues. Incontinence also can and does start appearing even as young as you. A person should ALWAYS seek medical advice when their body starts doing something different than you're used to!

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Ghostrui 27

Go see a doctor, the constant need to go could be an underlining problem.

Kymberly Hams 12

this can be a symptom of a uti. even without burning, pain etc you could still have one. please go and see a doctor

As others have stated; Go to the Doctors! Underlying UTI or Kidney issues. Incontinence also can and does start appearing even as young as you. A person should ALWAYS seek medical advice when their body starts doing something different than you're used to!

It's a problem more common that you may think. There can be a lot of reasons behind it, from simple stress or lack of some nutrients to infections or inflammations of the urinary tract or prostatic problems, so as others suggested you should seek advice from an andrologist.

Frequent urination can also be a sign of diabetes. Please go to the doctor soon.

Yup, that's what happened to my best friend.

If you are stuck waiting a long time before you can get a doctors appointment, try drinking pure unsweetened cranberry juice on the off chance it provides some relief. Keep drinking water because it could be an infection. But most importantly, get to that doctor! It could be a variety of very nasty things even worse than an infection.

Go call the doctor, tell em to shove their finger up your butt, cause sounds like you gotta prostate problem. (assuming you're a dude)

Mungolikecandy 19

Do some core exercises and also see a doctor as you potentially may have diabetes or other such condition.

Go get that prostate checked.

sounds like a nasty UTI. get that checked before it spreads to your kidneys and you become septic.