Pain and difficulty with urination are common conditions in both men and women. But urination problems may be a sign of more serious problems. Follow this chart for more information about these symptoms and their care.
A frequent need to get up and go to the bathroom to urinate at night is called nocturia. Nocturia is a common cause of sleep loss, especially among older adults. Most people without nocturia can sleep for 6 to 8 hours without having to urinate.
Losing urine by accident is the main sign of a bladder control problem. Your child may often have wet or stained underwear—or a wet bed. Nighttime wetting is normal for many children—and is often not considered a health problem at all—especially when it runs in the family.
Urinary hesitancy affects people of all ages and occurs in both sexes. However, it is most common in older men with an enlarged prostate gland. Urinary hesitancy most often develops slowly over time.
Frequent urination is an inconvenient condition that can affect both men and women. It is sometimes called overactive bladder or urgent urination. When this condition happens at night, it is called nocturia.
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