OK, it's me--the insulin-girl. You know where this will end up, don't you?
Two years ago I had all your same symptoms, Chris and Legs. Urinalysis was done, no bacteria was found. That with the constant gurgling started my suspicion of excess insulin.
How maddening--the doctor can check for glucose in the urine, but, to my knowledge, there is no test for insulin in the urine!!! Although it is accepted that in diabetes the body attempts to excrete excess blood sugar in the urine, I think the body does the same with the highly irritating excess insulin. And this substance greatly irritates the kidneys and bladder causing the burning sensation and frequency. I think this leads eventually to incontinence--insulin causes smooth muscles to thicken.
I know I have recommended this before, and although I don't agree with everything
in his writings, there are many
good points in Insulin: Our Silent Killer
by Thomas Smith, which I obtained through www.healingmatters.com