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I always drink at least 32 oz. of water before i go to bed but then wake up feeling dehydrated with my urine being a yellow color. why is this?

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Dr. Donald Nino answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Fluid intake: 32 ozs is not that much fluid for a 24 hour period. Would have to count all fluids per entire day. If your urine is still dark, you could still behind on your fluid intake. Consult with your doctor to check for any problems.

Answered 12/16/2014

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Dr. William Harris answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Normal: There are a few issues at play. When you sleep, you are not drinking water and you may be sweating just a little under the covers. We call this insensate loss - you don't actually feel the sweat you are losing. Everybody wakes up with dark urine. The trick is to drink plenty of water through the day such that your urine at the end of the day is clear. Then, you start the cycle over...

Answered 3/21/2013

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Dark urine even after drinking plenty of water. Dehydrated?

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