Pee again

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i know i go on about my bladder alot but im needing advice , do you think eating spicy food can irritate my bladder and make me pee alot

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  • Posted

    basically no, unless you are drinking a lot of water with the spicy food

  • Posted

    I found I had to pee a lot more while on sertraline, including twice at night. I stopped taking it a few weeks ago and the frequency has decreased.

    • Posted

      really!! funny enough it has started a few weeks ago when i got them up to 100mg. thank you that has put my mind at ease im gonna stop taking them see if it helps.

    • Posted

      Yes it happened to me too when I went on a higher dose! Ask your doctor though-- I'm not saying at all that you should go off of the sertraline. I was just letting you know that to help ease your "pee anxiety" as I called it at first. I went off sertraline for other reasons unrelated to the peeing. I kind of learned to just live with it-- if I wasn't going to be near a clean bathroom I was comfortable using a lot, like on a long bus ride or flight, I would just restrict how much I drank. I'd say the only really annoying part for me was when it disturbed my sleep at night. Once I realized there was nothing wrong with my bladder from a medical stand point, it suddenly got a lot easier to just live with and I rarely thought about it. Before that, I would go to the bathroom almost obsessively because it was always on my mind as I was anxious about it.

    • Posted

      i would be able to live with it aswell if i knew it was the tablets, i got in my head i have bladder cancer but doc says im to young to get it. wish i was normal and didn't have health anxiaty it is getting me down.

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