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    ONLY 23 and have problems emptying my bladder!
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    MarilynMonroe0615 posted:
    may be a little bit of self diagnosis but i think i have nocturia. I can only urinate a few drops , then i lay down to go to bed and have to get up 10 minutes later to use the bathroom again. so on and so on. get up atleast a minimum of 2 times a night then sometimes i can urinate normal amounts. funny thing is i only experience this at night. but this has been going on for about 6 years. now. I've never seen a urologist, but have had many tests. not a uti or any diseases what in the hecks going on. maybe it's too many energy drinks during the day causing this urinary problem. over tired and frusturated
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