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constant urge to pee ,please if someone had the same problem let's help me....i will

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  • Posted By: ponemenhdd
  • January 8, 2012
  • 01:38 PM

please if someone had the same problem let's help me....i will always bless him-her

.i have a problem from 11th july and now is 8th January...........i wanna pee all the time...........i never stop to want............so it effect my life very bad..........................these months i get closed to my house because i don't feel well with the urge to pee .............i can't dance....i can't go trips as i need to pee every 3 hours because if i don;t do that i feel more and more the urine inside me....................i have gone to many doctors , i have done many many many tests and i have took many drugs, but nothing make me well !!!! all the doctors say that my constant urge of pee is psychosomatic.............it has destroied my life.......i am a fourteen years old girl and i can;t be like the others...alla my friends go everywhere.......but i stay at home as i wanna pee.....the pee don't leave me to relax......................i feel my bladder full all the time :'(

i can't stand !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • The mind can be such a powerful trigger; people don't realize it. When I was 21. (we won't say how long ago that was), I had these episodes where my knees would buckle and my legs would become very weak and I couldn't hold myself up. The diagnosis I was given was anxiety attacks. I refused to believe that at first. But whenever I found myself in a stressful situation, the same symptoms would occur. So I started paying attention to the trigger I would send my body. I found myself telling my body to mimic those symptoms. Once I started paying attention to the mind triggers, the symptoms stopped. Because at 21 years old, there wasn't much that could be wrong with me. Same thing happened when I had a misdiagnosed STD and tons of urinary tract infections. After those were treated, I still found myself with a burning sensation constantly. After a plethora of tests, the doctors sat down and told me nothing was wrong. It was I who suggest it must be some kind of psychosomatic trigger since I experience the symptoms for so long. After that day, the burning sensations stopped.My first guess for you would be that it's a UTI, but believe me, you would know it and that's always the first things doctors test for since it is so common. They would've found it and treated it.I'm not saying you don't believe your symptoms to be real, or that nothing is wrong. But at 14, and with them doing all the required tests, start paying attention to the moment you feel the urge to urinate. Are you telling yourself that it's time to pee? All I am saying, is start minding your mind, so to speak. Be alert to the moment you feel the need to pee, and see if it's something you're telling yourself to do.I hope that it is psychosomatic. At 14, I would hate for something to be wrong. Best of luck!
    katnatrex 2 Replies
    • January 15, 2012
    • 05:43 PM
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  • Thank you very much dealt with in my writing !http://f1.hgimg.com/images/icons/icon7.png I'm trying to convince myself that everything is on my mind and that is something psychosomatic, but I can not stop wanting to pee all the time...!!!! I really thanks you very much for your time but there is no solution for me....i have destroyed my life......
    ponemenhdd 1 Replies
    • January 20, 2012
    • 07:36 PM
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  • There are some very cheap medicines such as doxasozin which can help with this. But you need to find out why you need to go all the time. It can be neurological. But seriously, there are many meds for this. Also, you may simply have a bladder infection. Either way, this is best answered by your doctor.
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