4. Increased frequency of urinating
One of the most common symptoms of many urinary dysfunctions, including bladder infections, is the constant need to pee. Frequency refers to how many times you go to the bathroom in a given amount of time.
People with urinary infections will pee more often than others. However, this symptom isn’t privative of bladder infections.
Other conditions might cause it as well, so if you detect you’re passing urine more often than usual, you should go to a doctor and get checked in order to dismiss other possible diagnoses.
Also, remember that urinating too much takes fluids away from your body, so you should increase your intake of water in order to prevent dehydration.