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40 Something Pissing

Dr. Jones: It usually hurts. Now, there are women who have fibroids or something in their pelvis that's growing that's leaning on their bladder. So just as when a woman's pregnant and the baby's head is leaning on the bladder and they have to go all the time, if you have a big fibroid on your bladder or another pelvic mass, that can be a benign mass and it could have been growing slowly over years and you just know that you can't hold as much. So those are some reasons.

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Urinary incontinence is a loss of bladder control. Stress incontinence is a specific type of urinary incontinence in which you leak urine when doing something that puts pressure on your bladder and urethra.

A lot of folks think bed-wetting is something that only happens to kids, but it's a problem that can hit grown-ups, too. You may feel embarrassed to wake up to wet sheets, but it's not your fault. It could be due to a medical condition, medicine, or a problem with your bladder. You've got lots of ways to fix it.

Because everyone's body is different and urination isn't a topic that comes up in casual conversation, many women wonder how often is frequent urination and what causes frequent urination in females. Studies show that the average woman urinates approximately six to eight times in a 24-hour day. If you are running to the bathroom more than eight times per day, this could be a signal that something is going on with your body that needs attention.

Yes. However, treatment for bedwetting first depends on if it is caused by something like stress, which would need to be managed first. Overall, children who take an active part in their treatment have a better chance of decreasing or stopping the bedwetting.

My 6-year-old female dog is urinating with little clumps of blood at times. I did take her to the vet and she said that it was an internal infection and started her on antibiotics for 7 days. The 7 days have passed and she still has some clumps in her blood. Do you think it could be something more serious?

Our bodies have many ways to let us know that something is wrong, from fevers and chills to aches and pains. Even the waste we excrete provides information about whether our digestive tracks are functioning at their optimal levels. Painful or burning urination are typical signs that something in the urinary track is not functioning properly. The most common causes of painful urination in men are:

WHEN IT COMES to urination, elite male athletes fall victim to a kind of Superman complex. Flying around in a skintight bodysuit and zipperless codpiece, what does Superman do if, god forbid, he needs to pee in the middle of saving Metropolis for the 87th time? Our minds don't associate athletes with something as vulnerable or mundane as needing to pee. As a result, they often perform in billion-dollar facilities that have retractable roofs and moon-sized video screens but lack a single toilet within reach of the field. "There is this level of invincibility and super-hero-ness to what we do as athletes," says former NFL lineman and ESPN analyst Mark Schlereth, whose infamous in-game toilet habits helped earn him the nickname Stink. "It's like that children's book Everyone Poops. In sports, everybody pees."

If a glimpse of Chastain's sports bra after her Cup-winning penalty kick in 1999 caused such a ridiculous uproar, she can't even imagine what fans would do if a player today copped a squat by the U.S. bench during a game, as so many of her male counterparts do. That single disparity can often leave female athletes at a significant disadvantage. It's common for female athletes to drink less -- and therefore perform worse -- simply because they're worried about how, or where, they'll go to the bathroom. During a recent U.S. Olympic Committee golf outing in Oregon, when Chastain mentioned this dilemma, a female golfer in her foursome cursed out the male-dominated world of golf course design, then produced something called P-Mate. The disposable cardboard device, made by a company in Broomfield, Colorado, allows women to pee in public while standing. "I was a little embarrassed at first," Chastain says. "Then I was like, 'Oh my god, this is awesome!' It's very different for the rest of us. You just can't squat in the middle of a Women's World Cup game. Male athletes can just create their own bathroom." 041b061a72

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