1) when one is not able to keep urine in his bladder for more than 3 hours.
2) what makes one not able to leave the urinal it is his urine does not stop at once.
3) what makes one not able to keep urine for 4 hours.
This situation isn't normal by any stretch. It's time to see your GP and get a referral to a Urologist.
Please get a professional medical opinion.
If the problem is enlarged prostate related, the swollen prostate constricts the urethra (the tube to evacuate urine from the bladder) making it difficult to urinate. Your body continually makes urine but unless you can get rid, the bladder just 'tops up'. Hence you continually feel you need to go as you cannot empty the bladder. What ever your age, if you are having problems seek medical help. Urinary infections are common and easy to treat. If you are middleaged and it is the prostate, again it is often easily treatable. Bite the bullet and see the Doc, it is better in the long run
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