This is an age-old question that has been bandied about in the anxiety community for years.
While there is some evidence that anxiety can cause a burning sensation in our bladder, there has been some debate as to whether this is truly the case, and whether it even contributes to a burning sensation.
All of the evidence we do have suggests that it is not the case, but it is still a good question. We also don’t know what causes it and the best way to tell is to see someone with the problem.
I’ve been having a hard time finding answers. There’s plenty of evidence that anxiety can cause issues with urination, but we don’t really know to what degree. The best way to find out is to talk to someone who has it, to see if that helps.
Burning urination is a very common problem for men, and a more common problem for women, but it is a problem that really does affect women more often than it does men. It’s been known to cause a lot of frustration, depression, and anxiety. It can also cause a burning sensation.
I can’t say there are studies that support the idea that anxiety causes burning urination, but the most recent research I have seen has been that people who have a lot of anxiety tend to have the sensation and it is often more intense than for others.
My guess is that it is an old wives’ tale, a myth, to be more accurate.
In the past I have seen cases where women would urinate out of fear of some unknown catastrophe. It is unlikely to be as common now though as it used to be, when the problem was more common and women were more likely to have it.
There are lots of theories as to why women have a tendency to pee out of fear, but the most common one is that it’s an attempt to protect themselves from something that could happen if they’re more anxious.
This is also the most common explanation to why women with anxiety are more likely to pee when they have an anxiety attack. This is because they are more likely to pee in response to the stress of feeling anxious, rather than out of fear. Many women also urinate more when theyre more anxious, and this is probably why this is an issue for them more than for men.