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Frequent Urination (cont.)

When to Seek Medical Care

Seek medical care if the following symptoms or signs accompany frequent urination:

  • Fever


  • Abdominal pain


  • Back or side pain


  • Bloody, dark, or cloudy urine


  • Vomiting


  • Chills


  • Increased appetite or excessive thirst


  • Fatigue


  • Discharge from the vagina or penis or painful ejaculation

If frequent urination includes incontinence, nighttime urination (nocturia), or it otherwise interferes with your lifestyle, consult your doctor.

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