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Have constant thirst, frequent urination in night. Told no diabetes, maybe latent tissue acidosis. What is it?

wow, thank you, I didn't even know this site... interesting. On Feb 28 2013, I had one shot with my friends and suddenly, I got very thirsty. I had about 10 to 20 cups of water but yet i was still thirsty all night. I remember the day exactly because it was Super Bowl. From that day on, I still get thirsty all the time even at night. And also, in the past, I have never getting up to pee in the middle of night but lately, I get up at least twice in one night. I went to see a doctor today, and they said I don't have diabetes or anything in particular. My second morning urine before eating any food is UA-PH 5.5. I was googling my test result and I found that with my urine ph level, I might have latent tissue acidosis. Please, I need some clarification, i am terrified!
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concerns. Frequent urination, feelings of thirst and increased appetite are symptoms of diabetes. I hope you get yourself tested for this condition. I also think that you should go off of alcohol. I wonder if you have a urinary tract infection or a sexually transmitted disease due to your frequent urination. A visit with a doctor should explain this with investigations. I hope this helps.

Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Sat, 25 May 2013
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