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    excessive peeing when it's cold
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    amateur69 posted:
    I have been diagnosised with an enlarge prostrate and taking a generic Flomax prescribed by my doctor. I'm fine in warm weather but when it gets cold during the fall/winter/spring months and I'm outside, it seems like I have to pee every hour. Is there something else going on?
     
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    counterso responded:
    Not likely. Many people are sensitive to cold, and the tension in your body due to excessive cold can trigger the urge to urinate. It's often a false symptom, and it appears it may be aggravated by your existing condition. Consider dressing much more warmly. And do bring up your concern with your urologist. It doesn't require a visit, pick up the phone.


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