Some medical conditions that have the symptoms of excessive thirst and frequent urination are diabetes, urinary tract infection, or dehydration. Aspirin poisoning and iron poisoning are two other conditions that may cause excessive thirst and frequent urination.
diabetes most likely
Yes they do! Diuretics are an antihypertensive drug and they cause xerostomia, diuretics increase urine output not increase saliva production.
Some people feel unusually tired when they first start taking diuretics
I'm sorry but I had to delete and correct the previous answer that said this is definitely not true. Perhaps that answerer never read the label on a bottle of sleeping pills or knew a woman who suffers from frequent urination after taking them.The truth is that sleeping pills CAN cause frequent urination. Be sure to read the labels because MANY over the counter sleeping pills cause frequent urination and if you're a male with an enlarged prostate, this can cause very serious discomfort. For example, a bottle of Unisom (and many other sleep aids) specifically states: Do not use if you have trouble urinating due to an enlarged prostate. This warning would not be printed on the bottle if the manufacturer did not know that the pills would cause frequent urination.Sleeping pills also increase the likelihood of women urinating more frequently because women tend to have smaller bladders than men and because of this biological fact, women need to urinate more frequently. If the user stops drinking fluids within 3 or 4 hours of bedtime (male or female) they may be able to tolerate sleeping pills however, even this is NO guarantee of relief from frequent urination when taking OTC sleeping pills.Sleeping pills can cause absolute frustration for people who find themselves very drowsy and close to falling asleep but having to get up and go to the bathroom throughout the night. I've suffered through this many times over the years and prefer to use Ambien CR if I've had a couple of weeks of insomnia that didn't remedy itself.So the answer to this question is yes, sleeping pills can cause frequent urination.
Blood pressure medicines are also often diuretics. So yes, they can cause frequent urination. If this is becoming a problem for you, ask your doctor to adjust the dose if possible.
This does not generally occur, as a result of taking methadone. However, stopping methadone abruptly, for a few days or more, can cause more frequent urination for some individuals.
Depo Provera does not cause frequent urination. See your health care provider for an exam.
There are many conditions that could cause frequent urination. Increasing liquid intake, especially diuretics like caffeine. If it continue check with a doctor. Common causes of frequent urination include diabetes, urinary tract infection, urethritis, prostatitis, enlarged prostate, cystitis, kidney stones. For the treatment of frequent urination, it is imperative to find out the cause of it. If it caused by urinary/reproductive system diseases, you can take a herbal medicine called diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill.
According to the U.S. Food and Druf Administration in a statement released by them in 2011, Actos increases the risk of bladder cancer among patients under Actos. Frequent urination is one of the most evident signs of bladder cancer, and so frequent urination might be a result of actos use. However, there are still many risk factors for frequent urination such as neurological disorders (bladder contracts involuntarily), medical conditions (diabetes), and other medications (diuretics).
Childbirth can cause injury to the urethra and the bladder, which would cause frequent urination. Talk to your doctor about treatments and ways to control your frequent urges and see how this can be fixed.
because there is liquid inside of you.
Yes that is one sign.
Urinary tract infection is more likely to cause frequent urination. That's not a typical symptom of pelvic inflammatory disease.
Caffeine is a diuretic, so yes.
No, actually oxycodone side effects which affect urination usually means that you urinate less.