But while many believe the cause of nocturia originates in the bladder or prostate, the true cause may be a lesser-known suspect: nocturnal polyuria (NP), a disease that affects the kidneys, causing overproduction of urine at night.3
The first nocturia episode often occurs 2 to 3 hours after sleep begins4,5
Patients wake up
throughout the night
*Based on completed frequency-volume charts.
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