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Excessive Thirst Without Excessive Urination Is That Possible
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Excessive urination may bring confusion in its possible meaning for peeing too often in its frequency or too much in total daily urine volume. By AUA, peeing >8 times in 24 hrs is urinary frequency, though I do not agree to. Peeing often may be related with much urine excretion resulting from over drinking, poor renal ...Read more
I have a problem with both excessive thirst and excessive urination. I read about a medicine called desmopressin that can help with this. My family complains about the fact I have to be drinking something all the time.
Polyuria/ polyphagia: Hello and welcome to HealthTap, did you ever got further testing for your symptoms? Blood test &/or urine test. Do you have family h/o diabetes? Which other medical conditions do you have. To answer your question; Desmopression is only used in one of the causes for excessive thirst. There are many other causes, my main focus here would be diabetes. Have been ever been tested? Thank you! ...Read more
Can you diabetes without excessive thirst. I've been having frequent urination but I'm not thirsty all the time?
I am active and not overweight. For a week and a few days I have had excessive thirst and frequent urination. My urine is very dilute. Please advise.
Should I have my daughter checked for diabetes? 3yr old has excessive thirst, frequent urination, and vision problems. Took one fastingblood glucose87
I have all the symptoms: fatigue, weight loss, excessive thirst, frequent urination, and blurred vision. Yet, my blood test came back 92. Any insights?
If a biker is complaining of frequent urination, increased thirst and weight loss, would these point to diabetes?
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Please get evaluated: Many different things can cause each of these symptoms, but it is very important to see your primary care physician as soon as you can for a history, physical, and some tests. He or she can assess these symptoms, look for signs, and make sure an important diagnosis like diabetes is not missed. ...Read more
Can excessive thirst and urinating be a sign of hypererthyroidism? What are the other symptoms and what is the cure?
I am urinating more frequently but never wake up in middle of night needing to go, I have slight increased thirst but not excessive, diabetes?
Test: A urinalysis and fasting bs will help answering your question. ...Read more
I have HkPP & hypoglycemia. But I have excessive thirst & urination. I need water by my side up to 2 gallons a day. Secondary psychogenic polydipsia??
Possibly but largely: Unfamiliar territory for the vast majority of physicians, including myself, because HkPP is so rare. While thirst, voiding & body control are under brain control 24/7, the mechanisms remain poorly understood & many theories long promoted which do not fit many clinical situations. Thus whether more psychological vs. Neurological remains a largely inseparable distinction unless can test some way. ...Read more
When excessive thirst, dilute urine, and urinary incontinence are involved what would these symptoms signify? Treatments?
Frequent urination, excessive thirst, increased appetite but losing weight, headaches w nausea, and chronic fatigue. Possible causes?
I might have diabetes due to excessive thirst, urination and sleeping 10 hours. I am terrified to go to the doctor! What do I do, I'm not going?
Female that drinks min. 3 litres of water daily. Always very thirsty. No excessive urination, no high blood sugar. Is this a concern?
FLUID INTAKE: 3 liters of fluids in is not excessive. If there is no sign of diabetes with a workup for the same and the output is not excessive it can be normal. The urine should be checked and a few days of in's and out measurements will be helpful to determine if there is something wrong. ...Read more
My Dad has stage 3 Melanoma & is being treated with immunotherapy, Yervoy. He now has excessive thirst with lots of urination. Diabetes?
Does diabetes make you feel run down? My body just hurts, thirsty but mouth isn't dry, excessive urination. Feels like my kidneys hurt. Not diagnosed yet
Here are some...: A 'sudden" something to our body, understandably, results from sudden impact to nerve system - notably sympathetic, at fear/fright/flight chain, or drug effect (alcohol, anticholinergics, antidepressants, antihistamins, etc.), or brisk water loss (poor-controlled diabetes, vigorous exercise /perspiration, high-output kidney failure, etc.). So, screen these possibilities and ask Doc timely. Best... ...Read more
What are other health conditions that can caused increased thirst and urination besides diabetes?
DI: Diabetes insipidus prevents the kidney from holding on to water, but this is rare. A water deprivation test may be necessary to rule out if it's being considered a possible dx. Urine is always dilute in di. However, increased frequency of urination is not the same as increase in urine volume, leading to much urination. Some people just drink a lot of fluid out of habit and void a lot. ...Read more
Constant fatigue, hunger, increased thirst, freq. Urination. Bp 82/78 and some times lower. Sleep 13--16 hrs still exhausted. What is causing this?
Using the patch to quit smoking and on occasion, the ecig. Along with normal symptoms, increased thirst, occasional burning when I urinate (mild) and I think maybe a small hemorrhoid I can't see.
Smoking cessation: Good job quitting smoking, the best decision you can make. Keep trying. Your other symptoms sound unrelated to quitting smoking. For hemorrhoid, exercise daily, eat 6 prunes daily. For burning when you urinate, please see physician to check for infection. ...Read more
I feel very tired, increased thirst, slightly blurred vision in left eye and increased urination what could it be?
Waking up thirsty, tingling sensations in legs, scalp. No increased urination, increased thirst during the day. A little tired. Could this be diabetes?
If the number going to pee makes a person feel inconvenient for daily living, it is denoted as urinary frequency or frequent urination, which should be individualized to reflect the function of bladder storage and emptying, urine excretion, and fluid consumption, although AUA defined it as peeing more than 8 times in ...Read more
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