How many times does the average person have to pee a day
The frequency depends on kidney size and other factors, but most people pee 2-3 liters worth per day. ChaCha on!
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- How many times does an average person pee a day?
- well, everyone i know (inclluding me) pees about 3-4 times a day ; once in the morning when they wake up, once just after lunch (<--not all the time) once around dinner time and once just before they go to bed
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- How many times does an average person pee a day?
- A: That completely depends on how much that person is taking in and how frequently they are going to the bathroom as well as their age/size/size of bladder. For women it is usually 4-6 and men are 3-4. =0)
- does anybody know how many times the average person pees a day?
- A: three wees for mee.
- How many times on average does a person pee?
- Q: I'm kinda worried, now that I realize it.. I pee in the morning, then maybe once at school, or if I don't then the moment I go home... then before bedtime... the ones before bedtime isn't really a "full" pee... I just do that so that I won't pee while I'm asleep... In short, I pee for like, 3x a day... Is that normal?And there are times, though this is not always, it just happened to me more or less 3-4x... When I really wanna go pee, but have to hold it, the area above my genitals(or I think it is the pelvic bone or something), it hurts after I pee.. and the pee I release is in a very small amount! I'm kinda worried... Is something wrong?And during the morning, oftentimes I have to hold it... because I can't go to the bathroom immediately..Someone please help!! I'd really appreciate it!!!
- A: When you mention that you pee 3-4 times a day, I grow concerned because someone urinating that infrequently can be a sign of dehydration. Especially if your urine looks concentrated (quick at home test... pee in a white cup... if urine is darker than the color of straw, the urine is concentrated, possibly due to dehydration).When you state that you hold your bladder (you hafta pee and you don't), you have pain, and you're unable to release a full amount, that concerns me. For starters, the pain could be caused by excess urine collecting in the kidney (the bladder is the holding spot for urine, the kidneys, when forced to hold urine can become infected or the function of the kidneys can become damanged).The "average" standards for what medical texts are going to state is that a person needs to be drinking at least eight cups (eight ounce cups, not dixie cups) of fluid every day. Thats 64 ounces, approximately 2 liters. A normal human bladder should hold approximately or less than 300 mL (another thing you can check at home if you're curious, is to measure the quantity of urine that you pee on average). A hydrated person who is drinking 2+ liters of water every day (in addition to eating normal foods, foods get their water processed out of them as they get digested), should pee on average of 6-8 times in a day.Because what you're saying about yourself seems to fall outside these taught norms, it makes me concerned that you're suffering from long term dehydration, or that possibly your kidneys aren't functioning the way they should be.The very best advice I can give you, is to schedule (or have your parents schedule) an appointment with your pediatrician or other healthcare provider. This is not an area of your body where you want to attempt to self-treat, or sort out whats going on without physician oversight. If you're chronically dehydrated, the electrolytes in your body may be out of whack, and suddenly drinking heaps of water to try to make yourself pee more can cause cardiac problems (electrolyte imbalances can lead to cardiac arrest... death... this is serious stuff).Having a problem with your kidneys is also serious, without oversight and treatment from a physician, you can irreversibly damage a kidney that has a problem, which could mean that you will get kidney failure, and need renal dialysis or a kidney transplant just to stay alive.It sounds from your message that you're a teenager possibly, or possibly even a little younger. I know that its hard to talk with your parents about your body and how it works, and that its also difficult to talk with a medical professional about any healthcare concerns you have.I do urge you, as strongly as I possibly can, to get the pain you experience after peeing, checked out, and to also get your urine analyzed to make sure there's nothing wrong in your urine that could help explain why you pee so infrequently.If having a conversation is tough, you can even print out your question and give it to your parents, your school nurse, or your doctor, to help get the conversation going.Urinary problems are not something to overlook.This is a concern thats close and dear to me, because I spent most of my middle and highschool years on a pee schedule that sounds similar to yours, and I did cause damage to my kidneys. I'm a little older and I work as a police officer now, and I have to be very careful to never *hold* a full bladder, or else I'll get a kidney infection very quickly. On a humorous side, my coworkers occasionally call me Officer PeePee because of my frequent restroom breaks, but on a serious note, kidney infections can cause damage to my kidneys and my kidneys may not last my entire lifetime, because I damaged my kidneys during highschool by consistently overfilling my bladder and letting urine backwash into my renal system under pressure.....I hope no other girl has to go through what I've experienced, and I encourage you to talk to your doctor as openly as you can about your frequency of urination and the pain you experience when your bladder is full.I may have said it six times, but I'll say it again. Please get this checked out by a medical health professional.Good Luck
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