It seems that using the toilet several times more often than usual is nothing serious. Meanwhile, an increased number of urination may be a symptom of problems with the urinary tract, and often also indicates serious diseases such as diabetes.
Type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM1), also called juvenile diabetes, is a chronic disease that arises when the pancreas is sick and produces little or no insulin.
Insulin is a hormone that acts by allowing glucose (sugar) into the cells, where they are used as fuel to generate energy for the body. Without insulin, glucose can not get into the cells and ends up getting accumulated in the blood, leading to a condition called hyperglycemia.