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Here, GP and Media Medics founder Dr Paul Stillman debunks five common myths about benign prostate enlargement: 1 NEED TO PEE AT NIGHT IS ONLY SYMPTOM It's true that the most common symptom of an enlarged prostate is "nocturia" - or needing to pee at night.
"I always need to pee and then I've got bowel problems and can't sleep throughout the night because the pressure of needing to pee wakes me up.
"I always need to pee and then you've got bowel problems and can't sleep throughout the night because the pressure of needing to pee wakes you up.
Does the sight of your front door trigger an urgent need to pee? This is called urge incontinence and it's thought that 25-45% of women suffer from this.
Unless he drinks a litre of water, he's not going to need to pee anytime soon.
Frequent or urgent need to pee, and pain or burning when you do.
She joked: "I'm feeling pretty good, apart from the fact I need to pee constantly.
If people are worried about human waste contaminating the sea, they wouldn't go swimming at all, since honestly now, how many people bother leaving the water when they need to pee? People don't even worry about swimming together with their dogs, which pee everywhere, possibly because of the belief that seawater kills germs.
You don't need to pee. You don't need to put your knee on the vanity to get a closer look at your imperfec- tions.
Once they arrived to the party, Eva felt the need to pee, so she went to the toilet.
Gazmen said the suspect even warned that someone would be killed if her need to pee was not granted.