Frequent urination and Weight gain

WebMD Symptom Checker

Frequent urination and Weight gain

WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms frequent urination and weight gain including Urinary tract infection (UTI), Diabetes, type 2, and Congestive heart failure.

There are 25 conditions associated with frequent urination and weight gain. The links below will provide you with more detailed information on these medical conditions from the WebMD Symptom Checker and help provide a better understanding of causes and treatment of these related conditions.

  • Urinary tract infection (UTI)Urinary tract infection symptoms include pain during urination, an intense urge to urinate, and more.
  • Diabetes, type 2Diabetes can make you feel hungry, tired, or thirsty; you may urinate more than normal and have blurry vision.
  • Congestive heart failurePeople with congestive heart failure can have shortness of breath, fatigue, irregular heartbeat and more.
  • Depression (Adult)Depression is a painful sadness that interferes with daily life and includes hopelessness, anxiety, and more.
  • OvereatingOvereating is eating when you’re not hungry or to the point of feeling uncomfortably full or bloated. 
  • Lack of exerciseLack of exercise is a common cause of fatigue, weight gain, and muscle weakness. 
  • Hypothyroidism (adult)Hypothyroidism your body functions slow down, making you gain weight and feel tired all the time. 
  • Vesicoureteral refluxWhen urine flows from the bladder, through the ureters, up to your kidneys it’s called vesicoureteral reflux.
  • Interstitial cystitisInterstitial cystitis is a condition that causes pain in the bladder or pelvic area, and frequent urination.
  • Diabetes, type 1Diabetes can make you feel hungry, tired, or thirsty; you may urinate more than normal and have blurry vision.
  • Bladder cancerBladder cancer is often asymptomatic but can cause bloody, painful, and frequent urination.
  • Bladder stonesBladder stones are small stones that form in the bladder and cause painful and difficult urination and more.
  • Depression (Child and Adolescent)Depression is a painful sadness that interferes with a child’s schoolwork, family life, and social activities.
  • Diabetic ketoacidosisSymptoms of diabetic ketoacidosis include dry mouth, excessive thirst and urination, and more.
  • HydronephrosisHydronephrosis is a condition of the kidneys and causes aching or pain, urinary symptoms, fever, and nausea. 
  • Polycystic kidney diseasePolycystic kidney disease can cause abdominal pain, headaches, and pain in the sides and back.
  • Supraventricular tachycardiaSupraventricular tachycardia is fast heart rhythm starting in one of the upper chambers of the heart. 
  • Cushing’s syndromeCushing’s syndrome is a condition caused by exposure to high levels of a hormone called cortisol over time
  • Metabolic syndromeMetabolic syndrome is a group of risk factors that together increase the risk of developing health problems.
  • Night eating syndromeNight-eating syndrome (NES) is compulsive eating during the night. 
  • Excessive fluid intakeSymptoms of hyponatremia caused by too much fluid include headache, confusion, irritability, nausea, and more. 
  • Excessive weight lifting or resistance activityExcessive weight lifting can lead to include muscle aches, strains, sprains, cramps, and injuries.
  • HypopituitarismHypopituitarism is a rare disorder of the pituitary glands, which can cause many different symptoms.
  • Hypothyroidism (infant and child)Hypothyroidism in children can cause delayed growth, weight gain, a puffy face, a large tongue, and more.
  • Overactive bladder syndromeAn overactive bladder can cause you to feel a sudden, strong need to urinate. 

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