I'm 5+1 and I'm always thirsty. I'm drinking close to 100 ounces of water or Gatorade a day but I still feel dehydrated. My lips, toes and finger tips are all dried and cracked. Before I was pregnant I didn't drink this much fluid and never had this issue. Is this normal?
Am going into my 3rd trimester am am thirsty too. I drink water from fridge otherwise it never goes away. Besides water I can only take organic horizon milk, chilled. Its good coz the body needs to be hydrated and you have more blood in your system no your body is overworking and needs the fluids to keep engine running.
I switched to just lemon water and it helped. It also helped with some of the nausea. I'm still drinking about 80+ ounces of fluid a day but I don't feel like I'm dying of thirst even after a half a bottle of water.
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