I am a 32-year-old male with some ongoing urinary problems. Over the past 18 months, I have experienced mild to moderate pain and pressure in my bladder. It worsens if I try to hold my urine, and it is almost always noticeable when I have more than 200 ml of urine in my bladder. Hence, I go to the bathroom twice as often as I used to, especially when I try to hydrate well. This discomfort causes me to wake up once or twice a night. I have learned to manage it by not drinking water three to four hours before bed, but I still wake up at least once. Also, I am usually dehydrated by morning, even when I drink three to four liters of water daily. My previous findings are listed below:
- A comprehensive blood panel shows no abnormalities.
- Glucose levels show no diabetes.
- PSA shows no indication of prostate enlargement. No digital rectal examination has been performed.
- Urinalysis shows no unusual readings or indications of UTI.
- Post-void ultrasound shows no remaining fluid in the bladder.
- I do not have any incontinence.
- There is no blood in the urine.