Well, in a 24-hour period, the average amount of times someone should use the toilet is between six and seven.

Although the average figure suggests you should be going around six or seven times, a healthy person will wee anywhere between four and ten times within a 24-hour period. Most healthy adults pee around four to seven times a day based on the average two-litre fluid consumption. If you naturally drink a lot, you may pee more.

How much water should you be drinking in a day?


Recommendations for kids have a lot to do with age.

Girls and boys between 4 and 8 years old should drink 5 cups.

Ages 7–8 cups should drink 7-8 cups

For ages 14 to 18, the recommended water intake is 8–11 cups.

Women of reproductive age

If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, your recommendations change.

Pregnant women of all ages should aim to get 8 0r 10 glasses of water, each day.

Demographic Daily recommended amount of water (from drinks)
children 4–8 years old 5 cups
children 9–13 years old 7–8 cups
children 14–18 years old 8–11 cups
men, 19 years and older 13 cups
women, 19 years and older 9 cups
pregnant women 10 cups
breastfeeding women 13 cups
What happens if I have a bladder infection?

Alcohol also has a diuretic effect (along with caffeine at extremely high levels), which is why Vodka Red Bull isn’t generally recommended as a mode of hydration.If you’ve suddenly started peeing more, and there’s some burning or irritation, it might be a urinary tract infection (UTI). More common in women than in men, UTIs are usually caused by bacteria and can be treated with antibiotics.

Preventing Bladder Infections 

The following lifestyle changes may help reduce the occurrence of bladder infections:

  • Drink six to eight glasses of water per day.
  • Urinate as soon as you feel the need.
  • Take showers instead of baths.
  • Wear cotton underwear.
  • Change your underwear daily.
  • Urinate before and after sexual activity.
  • Men: Use nonspermicidal lubricated condoms
  • Women: Wipe from front to back after urinating.
  • Women: Don’t use douches or vaginal sprays.