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Frequent urination becomes more common as men age, and it is often due to uncontrolled diabetes, kidney stones, urinary tract infections or prostate problems, according to Drugs.com. Men who experience frequent urination... More »

An overactive bladder is a common cause of frequent urination in men, reports Healthline. Patients with overactive bladders sometimes cannot stop the need to urinate immediately, and they experience leakage during moment... More »

Prostate problems, such as an enlarged prostate, prostate cancer and prostatitis, can cause frequent urination in men, according to WebMD. Additionally, both types of diabetes, interstitial cystitis, bladder cancer and s... More »

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