Urine problems

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This all started about 3 weeks ago. I would go to the bathroom then 2 minutes later, I would have that feeling to go again by nothing would come out except for for 2 to 3 drops. I also noticed that it would be dark in the morning, and in the afternoon fairly cloudy and milky like. I was going to the bathroom much more that I usually did. I went to the doctor about a week ago and she told me that since I didn´t have any pain or burning it wasnt a uti or infection. I took a urine test and she said she would call me if she found anything. Its been 3 days and she hasnt called. About a week ago, the cloudy urine stopped and the dark urine stopped as well. Also the frequency has decreased but on some days I still have to go a lot more often. The colour of my urine now is normal yellow in the morning, but throughout the day its light green mixed with yellow. I also have to wake up in the morning or in the middle of the night because of how much I have the pressure to go. Does anyone know what this is? Im 14 by the way. 

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    It's all stress trust me I've been on that road for three years searched everything alla doctors told me the same it's psychosomatic and the more you focus on it never goes away.. The last doctor convinced me it is from stress cause I always thought it's something wrong or I had intercistial cystitis.. He said that nothing can help and i should try therapy.. I already been in therapy three years and now I was on my breaking point of leaving my psychosomatics and I'm much better still having them but from time to time it is way better believing it going away.. All my symptoms which were burning itchiness pressure kind of pain sometimes the feeling I need to pee but not actually wanting to... Telling you if you are stressed or suppressing your feeling could lead to psychosomatics.. Urgency like you have is caused by stress..

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      Actually that explains a lot. I have anxiety. Was diagnosed when I was around 12. Non stop stress each day over literally nothing. And over the last year and a half, ive been dealing with health anxiety. As little as a headache and ill think i have a brain tumor. Can anxiety cause this too. But what about the green colour to my urine?
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      I am going through the same now for 40 days. Doctor told me that it is anxity. He actually asked me to consult a psychiatrist.

      But i dont really understand why it happens.  

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      Hi Iam going through the exact same thing,  iam also having health anxiety and iam obsessed over my symptoms always scared it’s ic 

      You seem like my soul sister, iam new to this forum and not being able to find a private message option it would be helpful if you can guide me through 

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    Well I would keep a very careful eye on it. Double check with the doctor what your results were and do tell your Mum aswell if you haven't already. Always go back to your GP if worried. It might be useful not to overstimulate yr bladder. Tea, coffee and colas i.e. fizzy drinks and chocolate (unfortunately) can irritate. I won't advise anything else at this stage as I think yr Doctor should, but do not worry too much. Hope this helps a little.

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