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Frequent urination?

By Anonymous October 11, 2016 - 10:57am
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So I don't know if I'm just overthinking here but I feel like I've been needing to pee more of than usual. I normal pee in the morning. Then go to work and then pee when I come back 2 or 3 times. But recently I've been needing to go at work and more often at home. I've not been drinking any more than I usually do. However I don't know if this is classed at frequent ruination as it's still only about six or seven times that I pee. But it's kits more than usual so that's why I'm worried. I'm concerned that this could maybe be a pregnancy symptoms although everything sexual that I have done has not been sex and the riskiest thing that probably happened is getting a wet patch of Precm on my underwear near my clit. I also got fingered but the finger was fully dry. 2 DAYS after this I actually got my period but now I'm starting to wonder if that was even my period! It seemed like a nor a and usual period though. Thanks in advance!

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Hi Anon!

Thanks for reaching out to EmpowHER!

You can scratch pregnancy right off your list! Nothing you did caused pregnancy (I think have helped you on that before) and a period after confirms you are not pregnant.

Peeing 6 times a day is pretty normal. When you go, do you empty your bladder? Are you in any kind of pain or discomfort? If not, I think your anxiety about pregnancy may be taking over a bit. See how the next week goes and if you feel you are peeing a lot more than usual, talk to your doctor.


October 11, 2016 - 12:38pm
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