Adult dehydration symptom. Drink fluids when you feel any dehydration symptoms.
This level of dehydration needs hospital treatment and you will be put on a drip to restore the substantial loss of fluids.
If your GP suspects dehydration, you may have a blood test or a urine test to check the balance of salts sodium and potassium in your body.
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Dehydration can be mild, moderate or severe, depending on how much of your body weight is lost through fluids.
Your kidneys will try to get rid of the glucose by creating more urine, so your body becomes dehydrated from going to the toilet more frequently.
Drink when there is a higher risk of dehydrating.
If you have had bowel surgery, some rehydration solutions may not contain enough salt.
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