Dry mouth,fatigue
25yrs,female. I have extreme dry mouth. It starts early morning and it comes & goes often. Even if I drink 3 litres of water, I feel thirsy. I am drinking plenty of water,3-4 litres and urinate very frequently. When I feel dry mouth, I had to take water every 10minutes,without feeling any better. I don't know whether this has any connection with dry mouth, sometimes I feel tired. There was a day, when I could not even had the energy to raise my hands. Because of this tiredness ,I used to sleep during untimely hours. 4-5 days I was feeling better, just that I had dry mouth. But today I am again feeling fatigue &sleepy. I did my blood check, 1 month ago & it was all normal. I have this dry mouth for almost 7 months now. This kind of tiredness since 2weeks. I feel full sleepy(noy always) espl.after a lunch, & dinner whether it heavy or light food. I feel like I'm draining out. My exams are approaching & I'm tensed.
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Dr. Harsha
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hi there....I can understand your concern. Do you any associated symptoms like dry eyes, increased frequency of micturition, joint pain, any chronic drug intake like antihistamines? There are many causes for dry mouth like anemia, diabetes, sjogren syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, any drug intake like antihistamines, diuretics, etc. Also you need to start relaxing yourself. Anxiety and tension also can cause dry mouth and fatigue. Try mediation and yoga to relax your mind. Also consult a neurologist so that he can evaluate you completely for dry mouth.
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