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Effect of not drinking water

i hardly drink water what symtoms can happend to my body
Asked On : Thu, 13 May 2010
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello.welcome.Drinking less water will make your urine concentrated and can result in formation of kidney stones.Also your stool will become hard causing constipation and may result in hemorrhoids or anal fissure.
Answered: Mon, 12 Sep 2011
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Cardiologist Dr. Naresh Ruparelia's  Response
Hi well come to HCM.
Drinking less water will not lead you to any dehydration like condition if you are not
in very warm climate. Other any liquids you must be taking can take care of it. In
normal conditions if you drink less water you will be passing urine less frequently and
you be perspiring less and can give you constipation. In warm condition you may feel
excessive thirsty because less water to supply to body it self will create demand. Thanks
Answered: Mon, 12 Sep 2011
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