It is not uncommon in folk-tales that lakes, rivers, etc. arose from the micturition of a giant or fairy.
The attitude in micturition is the same for both sexes, namely, squatting.
The symptoms are a “bearing down” feeling, pain and fatigue in walking, trouble with micturition and defaecation.
I now took 1/2 grain at intervals of eight days; the result was that I passed gravel and small calculi at every micturition.
Great attention should be paid to micturition, so as to avoid retention and infection of the bladder.
During the first two days 'pain struck across the abdomen' when micturition was performed.
There was desire for micturition after the act, and when that was satisfied sound sleep followed.
micturition, which had been painful, became normal; the pulse and temperature fell, and the expression became less anxious.
Stone and gravel arise from various viscous superfluities in the kidneys and bladder, which occasion difficulty in micturition.
micturition continued frequent, with purulent cystitis for one month.
1725, "the need very badly to urinate," from Latin micturitum, from past participle of micturire "to desire to urinate," desiderative of mingere "to urinate," from PIE *meigh- "to urinate" (cf. Sanskrit mehati "urinates;" Avestan maezaiti "urinates;" Greek omeikhein "to urinate;" Armenian mizem "urinate;" Lithuanian minžu "urinate;" Old English migan "to urinate," micga "urine," meox "dung, filth"). As during the final 20 minutes of a 4-hour film after drinking a 32-ounce Mountain Dew from the snack bar and the movie ends with a drawn-out farewell scene while Frodo is standing on the pier and wavelets lap audibly on the dock the whole time as if the director was a sadist set on compounding your torment.
micturition mic·tu·ri·tion (mĭk'chə-rĭsh'ən, -tə-)
The desire to urinate.
The frequency of urination.