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excessive thirst (as in cases of diabetes or kidney dysfunction)

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Schmeltz urges patients to be alert to the telltale signs of both types of diabetes, which are-Frequent urination, Excessive thirst, Lower than normal energy, Tiredness and weight loss, Increased appetite, Sudden vision changes.
Methylxanthines causes vomiting, diarrhoea, panting, excessive thirst and urination, heart tremors, seizures, and in worst cases, death.
There are also tell-tale symptoms - excessive thirst, weight loss, tiredness, tingling or numbness in hands or feet, blurred vision and frequent infections.
People noticed with any of the symptoms as red spots or points on the skin; bleeding from the nose or gums; frequent vomiting; vomiting with blood; black stools; lack of sleep; constant crying; abdominal pain; excessive thirst (dry mouth); pale, cold or clammy skin or difficulty in breathing must immediately consult a qualified physician.
The medical term for excessive thirst is polydipsia and in many cases, it can simply be explained by lifestyle patterns or changes.
The RSPCA has asked owners to be vigilant for symptoms including a lack of co-ordination and disorientation, shaking, vomiting, seizures, excessive thirst, a faster heart rate and rapid breathing.
She visited a doctor about her excessive thirst when Paul was a toddler and Claire was a baby, but medics thought she had post-natal depression.
Loss of appetite, ruffled feathers, fever, weakness, excessive thirst, swelling.
Q ONE of my mice has got an excessive thirst, drinking a bottle of water a day and going to the toilet like crazy.
Lethargy, excessive thirst and frequent urination are some of the most common signs of diabetes mellitus in dogs and cats.
The warning signs are excessive thirst, extreme tiredness, frequent urinating and unexplained weight loss.
Answer: There are several reasons why your dog could have excessive thirst.
Physical symptoms can include: dizziness, drowsiness and tiredness, pins and needles, palpitations, muscle aches and tension, dry mouth, excessive sweating, shortness of breath, stomach ache, nausea, diarrhoea, headache, excessive thirst, frequent urinating, painful or missed periods and insomnia.
Symptoms of untreated diabetes include excessive thirst, frequent toilet visits, weight loss, tiredness, blurred vision and slow healing of infections.
You may think that you only have to start worrying about diabetes if you start having symptoms such as as excessive thirst, tiredness and frequent trips to the toilet.