Doctor dictating next to me: "The patient complained of frequent urination. She said she woke up multiple times during the night to urinate. However, during the day, she only urinated a smaller amount. She is not on any medications that would cause her to urinate more frequently."
Me: "You're saying 'urinate' a lot."
I don't know why, but the word "urinate" just seems weird to me. I always say "void" in my job and at home, I say "pee." Actually, at work I say "pee" a lot too when I'm talking to patients. Anything I can do to avoid saying "urinate."