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xoxoinfinitesmiles

Have excessive thirst could i have a medical problem?

Yesterday i ate a lot of salty foods. I had mcdonalds in the morning and chick-fil-a at night. For lunch i also had salty crackers. I noticed i was extremely thirsty all day and had to go to the bathroom a lot. I asked my mom and she said those are symptoms of medical problems and if my symptoms conntinue i'll have to go to a doctor. I woke up today dizzy and having stomach problems and i still have the same symptoms as yesterday? Should i be worried? Also i drank a lot yesterday and i dont think its dehydration cause i usually drink throughout the day.

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wickedpissah

The "medical condition" that's causing your excessive thirst is called A BAD DIET.
When you eat salty foods- you get thirsty.
When you eat greasy foods- you get thirsty.
When you drink alcohol- you get thirsty.
And if you continue eating a diet of fast food and alcohol then yes, you will end up with a serious medical condition.

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xoxoinfinitesmiles
i dont drink alcohol and i never eat much junk food. Its only rarely that i eat a fast food meal or junk.
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wickedpissah
Fast food is dangerously unhealthy. It will very slowly kill you.
And when you said "i drank alot yesterday" I must've mistakenly assumed you meant alcohol. Sorry about that.
It's good that you don't drink alcohol- it's a toxin.
And fast food is just as bad.
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Sounds like too much salt. It can cause you to swell; especially in your eyes, hands and ankles.,

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oarkergreatdane

Diabetes also causes excessive thirst.

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I agree that you might want to try not eating such a terrible diet.

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