Our expert says:
Well, if you pass urine when you go, it's not entirely in your head ! Some people do respond to anxiety by getting tense in different parts of the body, and this might invlude the bladder ; also at times some folks, especially women, may get a mild urine infection which irritates the bladder and makes us go more frequently--- indeed there are numerous possible causes of what we doc's call Frequency. Why not make an appointment to go and see a shrink ? I'm sure he or she will have a loo you can use if you have to, and once you find the shrink is friendly and helpful, the urge to visit the loo may well fade away, so you can spend the time working usefully with the shrink. Remember, it worked well last time this happened
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