Pathological causes

Increased urinary excretion can provoke various pathologies:

  1. Diseases of the urinary system. Most often, infectious and inflammatory processes occurring in the urinary system become the culprits. Increased urination may be caused by:





  1. Endocrine diseases. Insufficient or excessive production of certain hormones may be accompanied by increased urge. This is usually observed when:

hyperaldosteronism (excessive synthesis of the hormone aldosterone by the adrenal glands);

diabetes insipidus;

hyperparathyroidism (increased production of parathyroid hormone by the parathyroid glands).

  1. Gynecological diseases. The urinary system is closely related to the reproductive system. That is why many disorders in gynecology are accompanied by frequent urge to urinate. The increase in frequency can be provoked:

uterine fibroids;

cysts, tumors of the uterus, ovaries;


infectious and inflammatory processes (adnexitis, oophoritis, endometritis);

prolapse of the uterus.