There's a phenomenon plaguing busy women everywhere OK, and women who just don't feel like hitting pause on The Affair : pee procrastination. You know, the feeling that you gotta go — but then Whether it's because your schedule is slammed guilty or you're just feeling lazy also guilty , blowing off your bladder's cue like it's some annoying guy on Tinder can have an impact on your health. So what are we talking about here? Exploding bladders?
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Ellen had never had bathroom issues. She chalked it up to stress for a while, but when it continued to happen, and even started causing her to be late to meetings, she started to take more notice. Going to the bathroom times per day is normal, and if you are very active and drinking lots of water, even 10 times a day may be natural for you. The need to use the bathroom often is very common, and can happen for various reasons. Read on for some of the more common reasons you may be rushing to the bathroom more often than you used to. Overactive bladder, also known as OAB, is the classic cause of needing to use the bathroom frequently.
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Top of the page Check Your Symptoms. Urinary problems and injuries are a concern in children. A young child may not be able to tell you about his or her symptoms, which can make it hard to decide what your child needs.
August 6, pm Updated August 7, am. Maybe you had one too many coffees , or gulped down half a gallon of water after your morning workout. Finally, you get to the toilet — you can let go! The sense of relief feels good. So good.