Frequent Urination Accompanied By Throat Feels Very Thirsty?
, I am 20 years old, I am easily beser, but I rarely drink, even though my throat is very thirsty, and I do not drink, but still beser .. What else if I drink ice water, I immediately beser many times ..
Hello Asifa, thanks for asking.
The BAK frequency of each individual is very different in range. In some people a day can urinate 4-5 times and it is normal for them. But for some others the frequency of BAK can be more frequent, even up to twice that. This is certainly not a problem as long as no other symptoms are found. The frequency of BAK is also strongly influenced by environmental temperature, type of drink, age, psychological factors, and so on.
It should be explained whether every time you urinate, the amount of urine that comes out is small, normal, or very much. If the amount of your urine is always fixed, then that should be normal. If your urine is getting less and more frequent with urinary frequency, there may be irritation or infection in your urinary tract, or stones in the urinary tract. If you have a lot of urine when you rarely drink it, there is a possibility that you have a condition called diabetes insipidus.
Note whether there are other symptoms that arise, such as pain when urinating, pain in the waist or lower abdomen, urination incomplete, fatigue, or accompanied by fever. Some conditions that might cause the frequency of BAK to increase in addition to normal conditions, are:
diabetes insipidus diabetes mellitus urinary tract stone infections urinary innervation disorders psychological stress You should keep consuming the amount of water needed by normal adults, which is about 1500-2000 ml per day. Don't consume too little water because it will adversely affect kidney function. Lack of water intake will aggravate kidney work so that in the long run, kidney failure can occur. If you have doubts about your condition, you can consult your doctor directly. Thus our explanation, hopefully useful. Regards.