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thirsty at night

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NorthernGobshite Wed 01-Jun-11 21:51:50

My dd (6) has started waking at night complaining of thirst. She isn't particularly thirsty through the day, doesn't appear to be urinating more and is otherwise well but should I be worried?

bagelmonkey Thu 02-Jun-11 04:55:27

Maybe she's just getting a bit dehydrated in the warmer weather, but it might be worth getting her blood sugar checked at the GP - the nurse could probably do a finger prick test - to put your mind at rest? If it continues you could then see if anything else needs investigating further.

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