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If you have been prescribed a new medication and are experiencing an increase in urination, it’s important to understand why this is happening. As it turns out, there are many different types of medications that can cause an increased need to urinate. This blog post will discuss the various classifications of medications that may be causing your increased urination as well as some other ways to combat the side effects! * Antidepressants: These medications can cause an increased need to urinate by increasing the amount of serotonin and norepinephrine in your system. This increase is linked with a decreased ability to hold urine, which results in more frequent urination.* Diuretics: There are many different types of diuretic medication, but all work by reducing fluid retention throughout the body..* Hypertension Medications (Beta-Blockers): These hypertension drugs inhibit adrenaline’s effects on blood vessels, heart rate and constriction of bronchial muscles. The result? More blood flow! Antidepressant use * Increases levels of serotonin and norepinephrine; Decreases bladder capacity * If you experience this side effect, try

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