has this been happening to anyone else?
No matter how much water I drink, popsicles i eat, ice cubes, more water, etc. I am still thirsty. I just had an appointment yesterday and everything is fine/normal. I'm not anemic or swelling or dilated or having BH or anything!
Just thirsty all the time and i can't figure it out...
I am total opposite. I am never thirsty. I have to get a 1.5 liter bottle of water and make sure it is gone by the end of the day just to make sure I am getting enough water. It is a good thing that you are drinking lots of water though. You can never drink too much (I don't think). I sometimes even have to eat something like crackers or something to make me feel thirsy just so I can drink more water. I am anemic and having BH.
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