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Home Remedies For Increased Thirst
Thirst at night: The most common cause is blockage of your nasal passages (i.e., allergies) which force you to breath through your mouth, which is a really dehydrating experience. Other causes include uncontrolled diabetes where the high sugar levels draw fluid out of your system. Diuretics can do the same thing. ...Read more
Increased thirst =: excessive desire to drink - unquenchable thirst. ...Read more
I have had no appetite for 5 days and within the two days have increased thirst. What could this be?
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
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
Thirst and weight: What you do is go to your doctor and explain your condition. You will asked a number of questions, you will be examined and management advice given. Your doctor might also refer you to a specialist but let's do one thing at a time. ...Read more
What can be the cause of excessively increased thirst? Had diabetes since two years but now is under complete control. GTT is normal.
See below: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor. You may consult this site to see if any of the issues describe here apply. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003085.htm ...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
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?
If a biker is complaining of frequent urination, increased thirst and weight loss, would these point to diabetes?
Yes: Those are classic symptoms and signs.Get a more detailed answer ›
Constant fatigue, hunger, increased thirst, freq. Urination. Bp 82/78 and some times lower. Sleep 13--16 hrs still exhausted. What is causing this?
Weird symptoms past 2 days. Can't sleep, (4 hrs in 2 days) increased thirst, chest pain and upper back pain, headache, cough?
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am on biaxin (clarithromycin) for a sinus infection. I am wondering if one of the side effects is increased thirst? I am drinking a lot of water! 1-2 gallons a day.
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