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Remedies For Severe Thirst
Severe thirst: Marked desire to ingest fluid. Polydipsia = excessive thirst. ...Read more
The Prodrome: is quite common occurring in about 30% of migraineurs. It occurs equally in migraine with and without aura. The prodrome starts from hours to a few days prior to a migraine attack. Features include hyperactivity or hypoactivity, depression, craving for special foods, repetitive yawning. Get your abortive medication ready for the for the acute, occasional migraine attack. ...Read more
Dry: Your severe thirst may be an indication that you are way behind on your fluid balance. Your dizziness could be a further indication of that (by low blood pressure). Have you been vomiting? Producing an unusual amount of urine? At any rate, if you're unable to satisfy your thirst because of nausea, you may well need IV fluids. Don't wait til you're really sick before seeking medical care. ...Read more
Why do I get a pounding headache and severe thirst every time i take a bath? The water is comfortable not too hot.
Not sure: Please see your doctor for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
What can cause severe thirst (7-10 liters per day) other than diabetes insipidus without diabetes mellitus (normal blood sugar)?
Polydipsia ? etiolog: Psycogenic polydpsia can cause this but other physiologic causes must be ruled out by basic chemistries. You should see your PCP for blood work. ...Read more
Pls comment, few days b4 menses sudden severe dizziness blood glucose spike diarrhea severe thirst heart thump. Any other time all systems normal. ?
Body's reaction: It sounds like you may have been dehydrated from the diarrhea -that would explain the thirst and dizziness. Thirst 'lags behind' volume status-so you were already dehydrated by that time. Dizziness can occur when blood volume is low-remember your heart has to pump UP to the head. Not enough circulation there, you'll be dizzy. You maybe felt the heart working harder? Blood sugar higher b/c stress! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible for extreme thirst and urination to get better or do they get worse until treatment?
My 8year old daughter has had frequent UTI's This time after 3 days of treatment her fever seems to linger and she has no appetite or thirst?
Huge appetite, frequent thirst&urination, tiredness etc, could this be caused by vistamethasone and avamys nasal treatment&should i stop taking it?
My kidneys have been constantly burning for a few days now. & I also think I have type 2 diabetes because I'm constantly urinating & have thirst. I don't have health insurance & my symptoms might be getting worse. What are my best options for treatment. ?
Homeopathic therapy: While there is no cure for the common cold, many things you can do can reduce it's severity. Drinking plenty of fluids, steam inhalation & gentle gargling can make your throat feel better. There is some evidence for supplemental zinc therapy, and many believe that vitamin c can help as well, but high doses pass right through your body, so 500mg 4x/day should be sufficient, as well as 220mg zinc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Stay simple: Much of what dr. K says is correct. My approach is to diagnose the problem first, getting the muscles relaxed with a bite appliance is key. Once feeling better, of you want to get rid of the 24/7 appliance, consider orthodontics to that position, reconstruction, or tooth reshaping (coronplasty), depending on the severity of the bite discrepancy. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Asthma treatment: Well, your question is rather complex to explain fully here. There are many layers of medications for treatment of asthma depending on the severity of the diseases and / or if it is related to allergy. Severe asthma merits a specialist in lung and / or allergist visit and might require multiple medications and treatment modalities. ...Read more