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Bloating and water intake
I feel like the more I drink water, the more bloated I feel. And as soon as I pass urine, I feel the urge to drink more water. Is this usually normal?
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It depends on the weather conditions at your place.
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Please run comprehensive health care blood tests
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Healthy morning, Plz check all body parameters. Drink plenty of water. Staying well hydrated is crucial if you are trying to debloat , as drinking water regularly the day can prevent fluid retention caused by dehydration and also prevent constipation, which is common cause of bloating.
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Gud morning pls do full body master check up.
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Please check your hba1c level and liver function test
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