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Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) | Center for Young Women's Health
A frequent urge to urinate can be very disruptive. But a constant urge to pee without the relief of being able to can become unbearably frustrating. This condition affects both men and women. There are many different causes, symptoms, and treatments to resolve this condition. One of the most common causes of feeling the urge but being unable to pee are UTIs. These occur about four times more frequently in women than men.
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What causes a constant urge to pee?
Having the constant urge to pee, even when you've just finished, is medically referred to as frequent urination or urinary frequency. On average, people empty their bladders anywhere from four to eight times per day. Most are able to control their bladder if the urge suddenly appears.
You just peed, yet you feel like you have to go back to the bathroom. And when you do pee, it burns. Most likely, you have a urinary tract infection UTI. A UTI most commonly refers to an infection of the bladder—the part of your body that holds your pee. UTIs are very common: Some experts estimate that half of sexually active women will have a UTI at least once in their lifetime and each year over 10 million people in the U.