Me too!! I drink ridiculous amounts of water, including through the night. My urine has been checked lots of times (seeing as I'm always at the hospital!) and there's nothing wrong with it. I haven't mentioned the thirst to anyone though.
I wouldnt worry to much hun, I have been like this throughout my pregnancy, it could be cause your burning off or sweating off water so it makes your body need more. They say you need to drink lots of water during pregnancy as well, unless there is something wrong in your doctors tests I really wouldnt worry to much
Ive got it too...Constant thirst which i can never satisfy! Drinking gallons of water and using loo constantly! Have had urine tested too,think its just one of those lovely pregnancy symptoms. Maybe mention it to mw next time you see her hun.
I'm constantly thristy because nomatter what I drink it doesn't seem to do the job so I want something else. Doing my head in but I have found a glass of coke (rather than a can) with plenty of ice cube sis refreshing this last week.
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