MOST of us need to visit the toilet to wee between six and seven times a day.
Even needing to pee during the night, which despite being very annoying, is very normal, experts say.
But Mr Petr Holy, consultant urological surgeon at Men’s Health Clinic, Kingston told The Sun that needing to pee more than ten times a day is worth a trip to your GP.
“The body produces urine as a way of expelling toxins and waste and it is one of the most important functions,” he explained.
“Any more than ten could be a sign that something isn’t quite right as a range of conditions can cause us to pee more often than usual.”
1. Urinary tract infections
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are often caused when bacteria enters the urethra (the tube which you pee from) and creates inflammation