The need to urinate more often than normal may or may not go together with an increase in the amount of urine. This need may also be attributed to a more serious condition such as diabetes, urinary tract infection, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or other prostate problems. This need can be attributed to an urinary tract infection, pregnancy, STD’s such as chlamydia or herpes, variation in the vagina because of menopause or multiple pregnancies. This condition by itself is not cause for alarm, however if you do not see a simple explanation for the symptom you should talk with your doctor.
Learn about frequent urination, enlarged prostate symptoms, prostate cancer screening, infertility and erectile dysfunction.
Learn about urological problems affecting women, including incontinence, bladder problems after childbirth, frequent urination, injections and infertility.
Children can have urological problems that include infections, hernias, frequent urination and undescended testicles.


Learn about what causes kidney stones, yeast infections, incontinence, frequent urination and other common urological problems and how they can be prevented or treated.
Frequent urination can be attributed to something as simple as drinking too much caffeine or an increase in stress. Longview Urology also provides urological treatment for children with pediatric urology needs.
For 60 years the urological surgeons at the specialty practice have treated men, women and children from across Southwestern Washington, including Ariel, Castle Rock, Cathlamet, Centralia, Chehalis, Chinoook, Cougar, Grays River, Ilwaco, Long Beach, Kalama, Kelso, Morton, Mossyrock, Napavine, Nasalle, Ocean Park, Olympia, Rainier, Rosburg, Silver Lake, Skamokawa, Toledo, Toutle, Vader, Vancouver, Winlock, Woodland, and the Long Beach Penisula. The urologists have also treated patients from Astoria, Clatskanie, Columbia city, Knappa, Portland, Rainier, Scappoose, St.



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