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Excessive Thirst Without Excessive Urination Is That Possible
Medication, salt: Salty foods and some medications.Get a more detailed answer ›
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
Why some can be really thirsty without the frequent urination, or how can some have frequent urination without the extreme thirst?
Different situations: It is not the frequent urination that stimulates thirst but the amount of urine. If you loose lots of urine( in certain conditions), that makes you dehydrated which stimulates thirst. Any condition that results in the body loosing fluid; sweating, diarrhea, will also cause thirst. In addition high salt intake stimulates thirst. In summary thirst is the way our body protects itself from dehydration ...Read more
You are dry!: Thirst is the body's way of telling you that more water is needed! not soda, energy drinks, sports drinks, caffeine or alcohol. All of these fluids actually make you more thirsty. Excess salt intake can also cause heightened thirst. Metabolically, certain patho-physiologic processes like diabetes can cause excess thirst. But eliminate the common causes first! ...Read more
Headaches, increased hunger (maybe thirst), fatigue, i'm not pregnant.....Could this be PMS or is it lack of water?
Get evaluated: Please see your primary care doctor to address these concerns and for the work up. These symptoms are broad and need to be addressed face-to-face with your provider. Good luck! ...Read more
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
If a biker is complaining of frequent urination, increased thirst and weight loss, would these point to diabetes?
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Been losing weight, no excessive thirst or frequent urinating, I'm also obese. Possible diabetes?
Is it possible that sweet smelling urine, dry skin and mild thirst and fatigue be signs of diabetes?
Yes: Thirst is regulated by the hypothalamus which responds to increased serum osmolality (reflecting primarily sodium concentration) and decreased blood volume. In CHF, total body sodium is increased but sodium concentration is often reduced since there is overall total body extracellular fluid volume overload. Thus thirst is triggered independently of edema. ...Read more
Is excessive hair growth ALWAYS a symptom of PCOS? Like can you have it without excessive hair growth ??
Yes: You need not have excessive hair growth to have PCOS. ...Read more
Many: Aside from diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus can also cause thirst. Other causes: anxiety, medication side effects, stress, dehydration, thyroid disease, high calcium concentration in blood, high aldosterone level, head injury, brain lesion, too much cortisol in the body, too much growth hormone in the body... ...Read more
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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