Drinking water, still dehydrated, wat do?

Timbosliiiice - This sounds like undiagnosed diabetes. I'm not a doctor but my mum is diabetic and always tells me to look out for these symptoms. Especially unquenchanble thirst and strong smelling urine Phone Post 3.0

Doublefuuuuuuuuuckkkk!

GenericAmerican - Are you eating a high protein diet with a lot of meat? Just a thought, I've heard that requires more water to digest, so maybe that could be part of it.

If you ever go in the store and you're like... "Goddammit there's no 1 pound packs of chicken breast tenderloins..."

It's because I was there.

Harlem Savoy - It is possible to drink too much water and create an electrolyte imbalance.

When you have some yellow in your urine, it is considered balanced. When you are clear, it is over hydrated and the body is reducing.

The concerning thing would be a dark color potentially related to blood in your urine.

If you have clear blood tested and your diet is on point with nutrients, you could be creating this thing on your own. Marathon runners have notoriously created problems for themselves with hydration and electrolytes.

See a urologist and explain your concerns and symptoms. Let him work with you on getting balanced. Phone Post 3.0

True. Last year I did almost kill myself with green vegetables, protein, overtraining and tap water. I was drinking two gallons a day. I had diarrhea for seven days straight. Only reason I didn't end up in the ER was I was drinking two fucking gallons a day.

When I finally snapped out of it I just let myself dry up, rested and started over.

I'm thinking a specialist may be in order, though. Thanks.

https://www.drlam.com/blog/dehydration-temperature-intolerance-and-adrenal-fatigue-syndrome/10184/

 

Dehydration, Temperature Intolerance and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

 

One of the classic findings in advance Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome sufferers is the need to be carrying a water bottle in order to be constantly hydrated. We call them “water bottle babies”. The need for fluid repletion highlights the metabolic problems within: the inability of the body to fine tune electrolyte balance, especially with regards to sodium and potassium.

Jack Carter -


https://www.drlam.com/blog/dehydration-temperature-intolerance-and-adrenal-fatigue-syndrome/10184/



 



Dehydration, Temperature Intolerance and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome



 



One of the classic findings in advance Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome sufferers is the need to be carrying a water bottle in order to be constantly hydrated. We call them “water bottle babies”. The need for fluid repletion highlights the metabolic problems within: the inability of the body to fine tune electrolyte balance, especially with regards to sodium and potassium.

Yeah... I'm that guy.

Godfuckingdammit.

I was hoping the solutions would be like "eat pineapple" or "more push-ups dude"

viorage - Are your kidneys in any pain? This will be in your lower back area. Phone Post 3.0

Nope. I do have mild low back discomfort right in the center following a bad lift a few months ago. It's right in the center though and was acute and severe immediately following the bad lift.

You gots the sugars

PatK - You gots the sugars

Triplefuuuuuuuuckkkk!

Reviewed my labs. Glucose was tested and I was fasting. It came back 83 and normal range is 65-99.

They tested almost 50 things and I came back in normal range on every single thing and on all but a few, dead center of normal range. My girlfriend (a nurse at the same office) said that never happens. She says every lab result she reviews there are issues with... so I managed to work in a little humblebrag there.

Diabetes Insipidus.

Sounds very similar to what my good buddy experienced. He was later diagnosed with the above. Phone Post 3.0

u big nigga?

Icy Mike -
Timbosliiiice - This sounds like undiagnosed diabetes. I'm not a doctor but my mum is diabetic and always tells me to look out for these symptoms. Especially unquenchanble thirst and strong smelling urine Phone Post 3.0

Doublefuuuuuuuuuckkkk!

Yeah bro, I was going to post this if someone else didn't. Get some labs done and then you know for sure, either way. Get in front of it. Phone Post 3.0

I did a weight loss competition at my gym once and the nutritionist that had the scale that gave you everything including hydration levels. One guy was always in the orange/red level and he didn't understand it because he was drinking a ton of water everyday. The nutritionist told him to add a sprinkle of sea salt to some meals.

After seeing you still piss yellow, not sure if there's something more to it, the guy didn't give those details about his dehydration issues. Phone Post 3.0

Dude just drink more water. Your obviously sweating more water than your taking in. Simple as that bro. Phone Post 3.0

Dextrose Phone Post 3.0

pin909 - Dude just drink more water. Your obviously sweating more water than your taking in. Simple as that bro. Phone Post 3.0
Read the thread not just the title Phone Post 3.0

Coconut water

Richard Tuck -
disbeliever -
Richard Tuck - 

"Piss is still yellow and bubbly"

Go see a doctor, something may be wrong.

I thought blood in urine would be a darker color but evidently I do have hematuria (blood in urine) and the bubbles can be a sign of protein coming out (also not good)


You screen name and discussing another mans urine color is oddly amusing.

I guess but I just trying to help someone make sure there isn't a serious issue.

I still don't even know what is wrong with me, I'm not diabetic but kidney stones and bladder cancer are still possibilities.

I've got a cystoscopy scheduled for next month and I wish I could tuck out on that shit.  

Cystoscopy? Maaaaan you're in for a world of PAIN! Get your urethra ready. Phone Post 3.0

Rambo John J -


u big nigga?

I fancy myself as one notch shy of thick, solid, tight.

Did you get a urinalysis done? Phone Post 3.0

dhughes - Have any of your fingers, toes, or ears fallen off in the past few weeks? Phone Post 3.0

Negative.