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... Absolutely, it can cause frequent urination. When you are anxious, what hormone do you feel most? ... (11 replies)
... I had a physical recently after experiencing frequent urination. I was afraid it might be cancer. The tests including prostate exam were all negative. My doctor said it could be stress related. ... (11 replies)
... When I was having panic attacks and bad anxiety I was always going to the bathroom. ... (11 replies)

... So you are saying that stress can cause our bodies to create more fluid? ... (11 replies)
... ess i will just have to wait and see after a month or so of being on my meds. But it is true, when im feelig good I dont have to run to the bathroom every 5 min. Frequent urination all on its own can run your life for the worse. Always wondering if I will make it to the next bathroom on a trip or somthing like this. Crazy anoying! ... (11 replies)
... I still wonder too. You always worry they missed something. But I agree stress makes it worse. When I'm having an episode of frequent urination (once every 2.5 to 3.5 hours) I tend to note the time and get anxious as the 3 hour mark approaches and right about then the urge to go comes on. Then I start the countdown over again - LOL! (11 replies)
... This is a sign of anxiety in itself though. ... (11 replies)
... I have the same problem and my internist has assured me it's due to stress. This is something that has been going on for years and years. One thing that bothers me though is that when doctors can't find a reason for a problem, then it's stress. Makes you wonder. (11 replies)
... stressed, I can run to the bathroom every 5 minutes, I've always been that way, since I was a kid. ... (11 replies)
... that makes everything make more sense when it comes to that... is there though anything you can do about it? ... (11 replies)
... ting nervous that maybe there is a real problem there. I drink a cup of tea and have to go immediately. Then a half hour later I feel like I need to go again. Can anxiety cause me to feel like I have to go? ... (4 replies)
... That's quite interesting, I never knew that was why we have to run to the bathroom when we're nervous. Thanks. (11 replies)
... It's to do with your body trying to get rid of waste product to make you be able to run faster away from danger. Because that's whats going on, your body doesn't differentitate between the type of panic we have where there is nothin to run from, and the type of panic you would experience if a huge tiger was hunting you. Soldiers who think they are going to die will often... (11 replies)
... Anxiety can cause frequent urniantion. ... (4 replies)
... and has prescribed me Lexapro. I researched Lexapro, and have found NO evidence anywhere of anyone finding it useful to stop frequent urination. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, I decided to post my problem here so I can find help from you guys. ... (1 replies)
... I have been told by at least 7 doctors I have anxiety and it's just getting worst. ... (13 replies)
... Hi, can I ask if you worry about your weight ? ... (1 replies)
... Lots to read here, I'll try to address the things I am familiar with. The reflux is probably being irritated from the dipping and you need to stay on a med for it to clear it up or you could end up with cancer of the esophogus. Nexium is what I take for reflux & it is 100% better, the over the counter meds never helped me. Also, I ended up with 2 ulcers from stress & anxiety... (2 replies)
... for another month. 3 days later I awoke sick with slight fever, chills, dizziness, frequent urination, nausea and migraine. I felt better after 2 days, A week later the same. ... (2 replies)




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