If you are a woman who experiences frequent urination during your period, if menstrual urination is a concern for you, read on.

Why does urinary frequency occur during menstruation?

Is urinary frequency associated with urinary tract infections?

What should we do to repeat menstrual urination?

In this article, we will answer your questions.


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Frequent urination in women is a common complaint. Almost all women, from young girls to older women, can have frequent urination. Let’s first hear the definition of frequent urination from doctors

If a person drinks little fluids but needs to go to the bathroom quickly and urinates frequently and the volume of each urination is small, he has frequent urination.

Frequent urination is different from urinary incontinence.

In urinary incontinence, we have involuntary leakage of urine, but in frequent urination, urination is not involuntary.

A person with frequent urination needs to urinate more than eight times a day, 24 hours a day, and will even wake up at night to urinate.



You may have the following symptoms with frequent urination:


Keep in mind that ignoring the symptoms listed above can lead to kidney infection and the spread of infection in the blood and infection shock and death of the affected person.


Frequent urination in women

If you suddenly have frequent urination, take this seriously. The underlying cause of your frequent urination may be a urinary tract infection.

There is a high risk of urinary tract infections during menstruation, so if you suddenly have frequent urination or if you have pain or burning when urinating, you need to see a doctor and get tested for UTI and receive the necessary treatment.

If there is chronic urinary frequency, there is probably a chronic underlying disorder.

Take urinary frequency with nausea, vomiting, fever and chills, lethargy, and loss of appetite seriously and see a doctor right away.


Causes of frequent urination in women

In the following, we will review the causes of frequent urination in women:

Frequent urination is common in young women and during menstruation, and the most common cause is a urinary tract infection.


Other reasons for frequent urination in young women are as follows:


Cystitis is very common in young women who are sexually active. Usually, cystitis of young women with sexual activity that is accompanied by frequent urination does not need treatment (Honeymoon cystitis)

Anxiety, caffeine consumption and alcohol can also be reasons for frequent urination.

One of the most important reasons for frequent urination in women is weak pelvic floor muscles.

So, considering that UTI or urinary tract infections are the most common cause of frequent urination during menstruation, we will talk more about UTI in the following.



UTI is the most common cause of frequent urination in women.

Infectious bacteria that enter through the urethra and travel to the bladder are the cause of UTIs.

The proximity of the urethra to the anus in women puts them at greater risk of urethral bacteria contamination of the urethra than men. In addition, the length of the urethra in women is shorter than in men.

According to reliable statistics, fifty to sixty percent of all women are likely to have had UTIs at least once in their lifetime.

Thirty percent of women are said to experience a severe UTI before the age of 24 that requires antibiotic treatment.

The following are some of the factors that can increase your risk of developing UTI:

The most common infectious agent is an intestinal bacterium called Escherichia coli, or Ecoli, so to prevent UTIs with this bacterium, it is necessary to dry yourself from front to back.


UTI symptoms

Let’s review the symptoms with UTI together:


Hormonal changes and frequent urination

Another cause of frequent urination during menstruation is hormonal changes.

In the fourteen days before the onset of menstrual bleeding, your body had very high levels of the hormone progesterone.

Elevated progesterone causes excessive retention of fluids in the body, which you may perceive as weight gain of up to 2 kg around the time of your period.

The accumulation of these accumulated fluids occurs with the onset of menstrual bleeding and a decrease in progesterone.