Somewhat related to frequent urination, needing to urinate more often and not being able to can also be a symptom. Medical professionals know it as an overactive bladder, and usually diagnose it from a collection of symptoms including nighttime urination or incontinence. Having that "gotta go!" feeling is a hallmark of hydronephrosis and UTIs.
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