I have been experiencing an urgent need to drink water constantly, the only problem is that the thirst does not go away, no matter how much water I drink. This has been a constant problem for a couple of months.
You seriously need to see your dr and give them ur symptoms. This symptom is a sign of high blood sugar. I was in the same boat went to the dr they did a random blood suger it was almost 600 normal is 80-120 and my A1C determines the length of time you have been diabetic was 7.2 normal is 6 so the dr told me I have had it for at least 6 months. This can be very dangerous even deadly, don't mess with it. If you decide to go get a meter and check it your self let me know and tell me what the number is it may be high enough that u possibly need to visit the ER the higher the more harmful it can be. If you know someone with a meter use theirs change the pin and this way u can find out without buying your own meter. Good Luck Julie
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