Brianna. Age: 24.
Announcer: Is it bad enough to go to the emergency room? Or isn't it? Interviewer: You're having a hard time peeing. Is that a reason to go to the ER or not?
April. Age: 22.
11 Possible Reasons You’re Peeing All the Time
When your bladder interrupts your life by making you pee all the time, it can feel like a special kind of betrayal. Spending all that time on the toilet is frustrating, and it might also raise some red flags about your health. Your water needs are pretty individualso you might need more or less than others depending on your size, body type, and activity level. With that said, the Mayo Clinic recommends women have around
Kalani. Age: 23.
Back to Urinary incontinence. It's a good idea to see a GP if you have urinary incontinence. It's a common problem and seeing a GP can be the first step towards finding a way to effectively manage it.
Urinary retention is when the bladder where you store your urine or 'water' does not empty all the way or at all. It can be acute sudden or chronic long-term. Acute means it comes on real quick or is very bad. Chronic means you have had it for a while.