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    MysticRaven posted:
    I'm just curious does not drinking liquids for a short time cause urinary issues
     
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    Lainey_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Mystic,

    WebMD has a great slideshow that can help and also a interesting article.

    The Healthy Wonders of Water

    Kidney Stones Causes

    Hope it helps.
     
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    Diane K Newman, RN-C, MSN, ANP responded:
    If it is only for a few days, it should not cause urinary problems. But if you restrict your fluid intake over a long period of time, it can lead to dehydration and it can make your urine too concentrated, which can cause an infection.
     
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    binzer49 replied to Diane K Newman, RN-C, MSN, ANP's response:
    i have a odd problem. I have clear and frequent urination with an inflamed feeling. Is there anything i can take to put it under control. I have been prescibed "Pyridium Plus" but even that does not help when my urine is clear and frequent.


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