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    Originally Posted by BigSwolePump View Post
    If you drink over a gallon of water per day and don't take a piss once per hour, that would be the point where you may have something going on out of the ordinary.

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    I don't think its unhealthy to piss more when you drink more. I am at the pinnacle of health in terms of age and deterioration. Yet I piss every 30-45 minutes.

    This is my experience, Im no doctor
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    Originally Posted by JackDMegalomaniac View Post
    I don't think its unhealthy to piss more when you drink more. I am at the pinnacle of health in terms of age and deterioration. Yet I piss every 30-45 minutes.

    This is my experience, Im no doctor
    But you can drink TOO much. If you're pounding plain water, you can mess up your electrolyte balance. In an extreme case, you could die from hyponatremia.

    I remember this happening very publicly in a Wee For A Wii radio contest. The contestants had to keep drinking water, and whoever went the longest without peeing won the Wii. Someone died.

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    Originally Posted by CJ275 View Post
    But you can drink TOO much. If you're pounding plain water, you can mess up your electrolyte balance. In an extreme case, you could die from hyponatremia.

    I remember this happening very publicly in a Wee For A Wii radio contest. The contestants had to keep drinking water, and whoever went the longest without peeing won the Wii. Someone died.
    I take a hot bath everyday after workout. I usually drink a gallon in one hour in the bath whilst sweating (this in addition to the water I’ve consumed during workout). If I don’t have a dose of sodium before I do this I’ll end up feeling weak and depleted after the bath and will need to immediately intake a cup of bullion or salty soup. It’s all about balance.

    Too much water can make you feel like shit pretty quickly.


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    Originally Posted by Jin View Post
    I take a hot bath everyday after workout. I usually drink a gallon in one hour in the bath whilst sweating (this in addition to the water Iíve consumed during workout). If I donít have a dose of sodium before I do this Iíll end up feeling weak and depleted after the bath and will need to immediately intake a cup of bullion or salty soup. Itís all about balance.

    Too much water can make you feel like shit pretty quickly.
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    Originally Posted by CJ275 View Post
    But you can drink TOO much. If you're pounding plain water, you can mess up your electrolyte balance. In an extreme case, you could die from hyponatremia.

    I remember this happening very publicly in a Wee For A Wii radio contest. The contestants had to keep drinking water, and whoever went the longest without peeing won the Wii. Someone died.
    Brooooo I remember that!!



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    Originally Posted by CJ275 View Post
    But you can drink TOO much. If you're pounding plain water, you can mess up your electrolyte balance. In an extreme case, you could die from hyponatremia.

    I remember this happening very publicly in a Wee For A Wii radio contest. The contestants had to keep drinking water, and whoever went the longest without peeing won the Wii. Someone died.
    Happened to my dog. He drowned himself. He loved to swim but was not a good swimmer. He got too much water in his lungs along with ingesting too much water. Vet called it water toxicity poisoning if I recall correctly she said it essentially flushes all your electrolytes and phosphates out and dehydrates you and your brain swells up.

    P. S. The dog made it after a week on IV and oxygen. Cost me more than I care to say out loud but it was worth it.

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    Originally Posted by Ped X View Post
    Happened to my dog. He drowned himself. He loved to swim but was not a good swimmer. He got too much water in his lungs along with ingesting too much water. Vet called it water toxicity poisoning if I recall correctly she said it essentially flushes all your electrolytes and phosphates out and dehydrates you and your brain swells up.

    P. S. The dog made it after a week on IV and oxygen. Cost me more than I care to say out loud but it was worth it.
    ****kkkk man sorry to hear that



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    And electrolytes are not just sodium. They are also potassium, calcium, magnesium. You need ions in your water. Don't "water" down the solution. Not to mention that electrolytes aid in performance.
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    Originally Posted by BrotherIron View Post
    And electrolytes are not just sodium. They are also potassium, calcium, magnesium. You need ions in your water. Don't "water" down the solution. Not to mention that electrolytes aid in performance.
    Himalayan sea salt has what plants need.


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    I add table salt and Nu-Salt to my drinking water. Nu-Salt is Potassium Chloride, most food stores have it right next to the salt.

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    Originally Posted by BigSwolePump View Post
    If you drink over a gallon of water per day and don't take a piss once per hour, that would be the point where you may have something going on out of the ordinary.
    160-192oz is my target.. I definitely don't piss every hour, I mean if I tried I probably could, but I unfortunately sweat a LOT. I usually drink a liter of water before bed and take a marathon piss in the morning. And drink another liter with every meal.
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    Water retention is a side of E2. I'm not saying it can't be the cause...but on a big test and dbol run, after about 10 days...I'll pee less for about a week as it turns my face and hands into the moon. I'll have to double down on the water and cut back the sodium to drop some of it.

    Too much water can kill you, yes. But too much sodium can too...the kid who drank soy sauce on a dare comes to mind. Everything in moderation, friendo.

    Some prostates just don't like androgens. Older ones, specifically. Sounds like your bladder doesn't fully empty, so your body always thinks it has to pee.
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    Originally Posted by Joliver View Post

    Some prostates just don't like androgens. Older ones, specifically. Sounds like your bladder doesn't fully empty, so your body always thinks it has to pee.
    That's my issue. I can wake up and pee a decent amount at night but if I walk around for 5 minutes I can always squeeze out a few more ozs. And if I don't walk around then I've got to pee sooner the next time.

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    Constant urination is a sign of potential diabetes. Have you had your A1C checked recently? It could also be a sign of a UTI. Either way, you should get bloodwork done if youíre running a cycle.

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    I piss once an hour. My girl calls me baby bladder....Been that way since highschool when I started carrying around a jug of water.
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    At home Diagnosis (just a few quick questions to help guide people or maybe learn something new):


    1st rule out medication/supplemental causes of increased urination
    primary polydipsia; its it bc you are truly thirsty? no. signs of dehydration if you reduce drinking? no. well stop or except polyuria
    Primary D. Insipidus; very thirsty? yes. signs of dehydration if you reduce drinking (ie. hypotension)? yes. urine salty? no, very dilute. (for secondary-youll have a hx of kidney dz)
    Diabetes mellitus; very thirsty? yes. signs of dehydration (probable even with adequate fluid intake)? yes. Urine sweet? yes.
    Prostatitis or UTI; no dehydration. extra thirst? no. discomfort when urinating, pain or burning? yes. sensation of incomplete evacuation? yes. Normal stream? yes.
    Benign Prostate Hypertrophy; No dehydration, no excessive thirst. gradually worsening, possible hx of symps. (comes and goes); wk stream, hesitation? yes, difficulty starting or stopping stream? yes.
    High E2; erection difficulties, incr. sweating? yes. signs of water retention (bloating, swelling of face/extr.)? Yes.


    Clinical Diagnostic investigation:
    *1st; full history-primary complaint investigation, past med hx, medications/supplements (Very important), family hx, social history (alcohol, drug use?)
    2nd; Lab Tests are done to confirm or rule out possible diagnoses', you have to be able to provide adequate reasons or insurance will deny it or worse your superiors will embarrass you with their superior knowledge infront of all the attending doctors and directors, and make you feel 1 inch tall; Never drag-net. (ie. full-body CT)
    3rd; some conditions require confirmatory Tests to make the official diagnosis. (ie. prostate issues may require a small biopsy/bx; DI-Vasopressin challenge)


    *inpatient, we have the luxury of controlling fluids rate/volume/type, measuring Urine output (commonly checked bedside). These are key investigative tools.
    Doctors HATE the word 'NORMAL', you will be smacked by anyone above you if used
    Urination frequency range btw 4-10x/day (if you normally always pee 4x/day and suddenly its 9-10x/day, that is increased regardless of being "in-range" WNL
    Volume range btw 0.5L-2.5L (when receiving a similar volume of fluid)


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