2. Urinating more often than usual

Even in the absence of any pain, urinating more often than usual, especially during the night, could be a symptom of a bladder stones issue. Everyone knows how often he or she normally needs to go the bathroom. The fact that one day this person needs to go more often than usual is probably not significant. However, if they find that the frequency of bathroom visits increases significantly over many days, it is worthwhile consulting a doctor. In addition to bladder stones, the doctor is likely to check for symptoms of diabetics.

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