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  • I went looking for you and found these answers:“Drinking alcohol can dull the nerves in the bladder and keep them from signaling the brain when the bladder is full. Without this message the bladder overflows. Alcohol (beer, wine, etc.) sometimes can cause the bladder to become too active. This is called “urge incontinence.” (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases pamphlet, Jan. 1997)” “The pituitary gland secretes a hormone that regulates the amount of urine produced. When it is affected by alcohol, too little of the hormone is released and causes more urination. (“Understanding Alcohol,” 1992 book by Jean Kinney.)” “Urge” incontinence: Alcohol can act as a trigger or an irritant, and avoiding alcohol is sometimes enough to restore continence. (The Center for Women’s Healthcare, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, March 2000)” June Russell's Health Facts Alcohol - Kidney and Bladder http://www.jrussellshealth.com/alckid.html
  • doesnt all liquid make you pee no matter what? if you keep drinking, youll keep peeing!of course im assuming you are talking about peeing!

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