6 weeks pregnant and extreme dry mouth frequent urination sleeplessHi,
I am 6 weeks pregnant and haven't slept more than 3 hrs in a given night due to extreme feeling of dehydration leading to dry mouth/palpitations.
I drink water and I urinate it in 30-60 mins. Doc checked and because of either extra drinking or dehydration (despite the water), sodium has become dangerously low.
At one point I was told I may have a rare pituitary disorder called diabetes insipidus (but that cant be tested or treated in pregnancy).
Since before pregnancy in June I have been having numbness in legs and hands after a virus. Another doc feels that in combination with the frequent urination, it may be Multiple sclerosis (but that is verrry difficult to diagnose and nothing can be done during pregnancy).
I dont have other symtoms of pregnancy except my continuing major issues with stools - for past 4 yrs - 5 bowel movements a day that take 15-30 mins despite lot of water, fiber and healthy food. A homeopath doctor once said that it is due to pituitary issues since my growth hormone is also out of range and I became hypothyroid (under medication now) all after a whiplash in a car accident.
Digestion is weak, fat digestion is poor and became lactose intolerant as well.
My late was a great homeopathy but unfortunately I am in a different career. Can some experienced person here help me please?
Would Nux Moschata work or Arsenic or bryonia?
pregnant1 on 2010-09-17
I dont like the cold and am very emotional/sensitive having led a tough life.
Also have had hair loss, low threshold for exercise and muscle weakness (again probably due to low growth hormone which can be addressed per doctor only post pregnancy with raw pituitary extract microdose and amino acids)
pregnant1 last decade
♡ maheeru last decade
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