This may sound silly, but you could be experiencing frequent urination problems with sleep apnea. It is very likely the cause of your urination problems. Treat the Sleep Apnea problem, and you will find yourself waking up to go to the bathroom less often…… Here is why:
When the airway is blocked or partially blocked as it is during an apnea or hypopnea event, the body must exert more effort to pull air into the lungs, causing a change in pressure and more blood to flow toward the heart. The heart interprets this increased blood flow as an alert that there's too much fluid in the system. It then sends a signal to the kidneys via a hormone, the essence of which is "we
have too much fluid in here; it's time to dump some overboard." The body's way to dump liquid overboard is to urinate.
Think of how many frequent self-diagnosis gone wrong with this situation! Give us a call to schedule a free consultation at our office. This could be the answer you are looking for.