Is this a conclusion my doctor will most likely arrive at or should I mention testing my thyroid to him? I also have my full CBC and Lipid results available right now if it would be of any other assistance related to my question for you.
One followup question since you are a urologist. I urinate quite frequently. Typically, when I am at home especially, I urinate about 3-4 times per hour in the evening. I do not feel like I drink more liquid then average. I would say I do not drink more liquid than average in a day's time- approximately 64-80 oz total per day. I find I urinate most frequently in the evening.
I do snore very much anymore. I used to snore quite badly, but sometime ago I quit smoking and lost some weight. I am a little overweight, as I weigh 180 lbs at 5'6". I realize my last response was not really a question but a statement. I was wanting to ask if that was of concern and could it somehow be related to the issue in my original question?
I'm sorry, but I should have been more specific about the timing. The urination happens in the earlier evening during the waking hours. I don't usually get up to urinate during the night, but I always have to go very badly when I do wake up in the morning, to the point that my bladder hurts in the morning quite badly.