Frequent urination and very thirsty? No diabetes and not a uti?

More info. You need to undergo a detailed history and physical exam followed by possible lab work and imaging studies relevant to the findings. For this would suggest seeing a good general internist or family physician who will spend the time and interest necessary to work this out.
Frequency ? OAB. Interstitial cystitis diet, caffeine anxiety or stress or any combination. Thirst could be due salty or high salt containing foods like soup mix or canned soup, mouth breathing, lack of humidity, xs sweating & also stress or anxiety.

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I am having frequent urination and also feel very thirsty. Seems to look like I have type 2 diabetes. What should I do to get bacl to normal?

Frequent urination. To get back to normal, you need to see a endocrinologist or, if your urinary symptoms are severe, go to a er. Diabetes out of control presents with a large urine output due to the glucose found in the urine. You also may have type 1 instead of type 2 diabetes. See a physician as soon as possible to arrive at a diagnosis and a plan for the treatment of your problem. Read more...

Frequent urination and negative for diabetes and a uti?

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Overactive bladder. Can be due to all the cause listed in my previous reply to your question rearding urinary frequency plus interstitial cystitis, i.e. Intake volume, caffeine, acid urine producing foods and beverages, stress and anxiety. Read more...

Other than drinking excessive fluid, UTI & diabetes, what else causes frequent urination?

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Frequency. Over active bladder, interstitial cystitis are also common. Read more...

No UTI and no diabetes. Frequent urination with small amounts what could it be?

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Answer #3, ?OAB. You may have an overactive or small bladder which will respond to medication. Please see a urologist or uro-gynecologist. Read more...

What are tests that could determine what is causing my frequent urination. I had a test and got a negative result for diabetes and a uti.?

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Other than pregnancy, UTI & diabetes, what else causes frequent urination?

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Cause of frequent urination? Negative for uti, diabetes, negative blood test, and negative ultrasound?

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