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urinate

 [u´rĭ-nāt]
to discharge urine.

u·ri·nate

(yūr'i-nāt),
To pass urine.
Synonym(s): micturate

urinate

/uri·nate/ (u´rĭ-nāt) to discharge urine.

urinate

(yo͝or′ə-nāt′)
intr.v. uri·nated, uri·nating, uri·nates
To excrete urine.

u′ri·na′tion n.
u′ri·na′tive adj.
u′ri·na′tor n.

urinate

[yoo͡r′ināt]
Etymology: Gk ouron urine
to excrete urine from the bladder.

u·ri·nate

(yūr'i-nāt)
To pass urine.
Synonym(s): micturate.

urinate

to void urine.

Patient discussion about urinate

Q. protien in urine what are the causes and preventions

A.

Q. How you stop urinating frequently? I don't have any conditions that make me urinate often. I simply drink lots of water... Is there some trick I can employ so that I can still drink lots of water but not have to go to the bathroom so frequently?

A. I only drink water and green tea, Thanks.

Q. Today doctor removed my stunt of kidney. It inflamate while urination.. till How long i will feel like this?

A. You should consult your doctor, since instruments in the kidney and urinary tracts can cause infections (even after removing them), that may cause symptoms like you describe.

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2]O (may be induced if the bladder is filled rapidly and posture change occurs) and relaxed pelvic base during urination phase
Absence of sufficient increase in the detrusor pressure in the urination phase.
When the distribution of urodynamic diagnoses in group 1 was examined, it was observed that overactive bladder was reported in 95 patients, urination disorder was reported in 47 patients, lazy bladder was reported in 39 patients, neurogenic bladder was reported in 78 patients and normal examination was reported in 41 patients.
8%) patients, urination dysfunction was found in 85 patients (32.
A prospective cohort study of 788 Japanese men and women with a mean age of 76 years concluded that there was an increase in mortality associated with night-time frequency of urination, even after adjustments for several factors that could contribute to mortality.