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    extreme thirst, 34 weeks
    vanessagw23 posted:
    this is baby 3 for me, and for the past couple of days I have been sssssooooooo thirsty. I drink 4+L of water a day and my mouth is still dry as can be and I can't seem to stop drinking enough. What is going on???
    crys31 responded:
    Could u have developed diabetes? During my first pregnancy at 4 Months I had the same thing. Constantly wanting water and peeing all the time. Checked my blood glucose because my brother is a type I diabetic and sure enough. My sugarwas 500 . The doctors thought maybe it was gestational but having it in my family I knew. I was diagnosed with type I diabetes. Now on my third pregnancy.

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