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    Default Thirst and frequent urination 10 y.o

    Im just after some advice

    DS (aged 10) of late has been drinking frequently, and peeing heaps. Today i have been keeping track, and an example of his in/out intakes are :

    7.20am 200ml juice
    8.30am 150ml water
    9.00am 125ml water
    9.22am 100ml water
    9.55 Pee
    9.55am 50ml water
    10.46am Pee
    10.55 50 ml water

    That is the pattern throughout today. Ill be taking him to the GP tomorrow , as he seems well.except for the drinking/weeing.

    I have looked up type 1 diabetes but DS doesn't seem to have any symptoms except the excessive in/out!

    Tia for any advice ☺

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    It could be a uti, good luck at the Drs

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    Thanks. I hope its only a uti too ☺

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    Agree it could be just a UTI.
    DD1 was diagnosed at 3 with type 1 diabetes. Her only symptoms for a long time was thirst(about 4litres a day) and weeing constantly but her going to the toilet was every 20 minutes or more.

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