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Doctor insights on: Home Remedies For Increased Thirst

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What causes increased thirst at night?

What causes increased thirst at night?

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

Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Increased Thirst (Definition)

Drinking lots of water is usually healthy. However, the urge to drink too much may be the result of a physical or emotional disease. Excessive thirst may be a symptom of high blood sugar (hyperglycemia). It can be an important clue in detecting diabetes. Excessive thirst is a fairly common symptom. It is often the reaction to fluid loss during exercise, or ...Read more


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I have had no appetite for 5 days and within the two days have increased thirst. What could this be?

I have had no appetite for 5 days and within the two days have increased thirst. What could this be?

Many causes: Your symptoms could be due to numerous disease process but as an endocrinologist, I would advise you to get checked out by a doctor or other professional medical provider and make sure you do not have undiagnosed diabetes. ...Read more

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Should I be worried about my increased thirst or is it just my snacking too often?

Should I be worried about my increased thirst or is it just my snacking too often?

Yes;be worried: A cardinal sign of diabetes mellitus, an epidemic illness in our society, is increased thirst.Please get tested for dm.I recommend a hba1c as a random blood sugar can miss this disease. ...Read more

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What could cause a sudden increased thirst and urination?

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

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Increased thirst but definitively not diabetes. What else causes thirst?

Increased thirst but definitively not diabetes. What else causes thirst?

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

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Is it normal to have developed an increased thirst that lasts until now 1 week after colonoscopy?

Is it normal to have developed an increased thirst that lasts until now 1 week after colonoscopy?

Not uncommon: The prep for colonoscopy can result in dehydration due to the loss of fluids through the stools. Increasing your water and fluid intake should help resolve this symptom. ...Read more

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What can be the cause of excessively increased thirst? Had diabetes since two years but now is under complete control. GTT is normal.

What can be the cause of excessively increased thirst? Had diabetes since two years but now is under complete control. GTT is normal.

Most common cause: would be elevated blood sugar even though you think it is under "control". There are other physical and psychological causes that your doctor could evaluate. ...Read more

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What to do if I have an increased thirst and urination?

What to do if I have an increased thirst and urination?

Check blood sugar!!!: Hi. See your doctor and get a fasting serum glucose, an A1c, or/and a glucose tolerance test to check for diabetes. If they're normal, then you can check for other stuff, but that sounds like diabetes until proven otherwise! Good luck! ...Read more

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What to do if I have an increased thirst and weight gain?

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

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What causes sudden constant increased thirst? Blood sugar is normal.

What causes sudden constant increased thirst? Blood sugar 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