Prevent excessive flow of urine by retraining your bladder to hold urine for long periods. Also, do Kegel exercises regularly to tone pelvic muscles, modify your diet to exclude foods that irritate your bladder and monitor fluid intake, states eMedicineHealth.
Excessive urine flow is an indication that your body makes abnormally large amounts of urine. In rare cases, it indicates kidney failure, sickle cell anemia, low or high levels of calcium and side effects of medicines such as lithium and diuretics. Excessive urination in an adult is more than 2.5 liters a day depending on fluid intake, according to Health Guide in The New York Times.
Urinary tract infections and loss of estrogen after menopause cause excessive urine flow in women. Benign prostatic hyperplasia causes excessive urine flow in men over 50. Excessive urine flow at night is called nocturia and is common in older people. Seek medical attention if excessive urination presents with other symptoms such as back pain, fever, burning sensation, leg weakness and night sweats. Surgical mesh treats excessive urine flow in women. Kidney disorders decrease the amount of fluid that kidneys reabsorb causing excessive urine flow. Prevent excessive urine flow by treating the underlying disorder, says MSD Manual.