Ontopic Health Thread: post your AIDS, diseases and infekshunz here.

Strings

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How high did your fever get? I swear 5 months from now they're gonna find out the was a covid22 and it's whatever you and my entire family had
My highest was 103.4
The headach and a few few other symptoms felt pretty much like when I tested positive for covid.
Only this was worse and lasted much longer.
 

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THE VAXXXXXXINE HAS US CATCHING MORE COLDS
With your general beliefs in snake oil, I'm pretty sure you're actually serious about this.

Nbc No GIF by The Blacklist
 
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kiwi

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The internet says I should drink 100 oz of water a day. I’ve only had about 70 and my pee is completely clear. How the crap do I get 30 more oz in without having to pee all night? @august
 

august

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The internet says I should drink 100 oz of water a day. I’ve only had about 70 and my pee is completely clear. How the crap do I get 30 more oz in without having to pee all night? @august
2.7L is the standard recommendation for adult women, which comes it in just above 91oz, so the good news is you've only got 21 extra oz to go!

but everybody's body has different needs, and even a particular person's needs will change based on things like diet, exercise/exertion, weather/temperature/humidity, etc.

if your* 70oz feels like the best you can do right now, just stick with that for now.
 
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ZRH

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2.7L is the standard recommendation for adult women, which comes it in just above 91oz, so the good news is you've only got 21 extra oz to go!

but everybody's body has different needs, and even a particular person's needs will change based on things like diet, exercise/exertion, weather/temperature/humidity, etc.

if you're 70oz feels like the best you can do right now, just stick with that for now.
Try being on a liquid restriction.

I can only drink 1.1L per day, it's hell in 90 degree weather. I wish I could pound water and not ice cubes.
 

kiwi

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2.7L is the standard recommendation for adult women, which comes it in just above 91oz, so the good news is you've only got 21 extra oz to go!

but everybody's body has different needs, and even a particular person's needs will change based on things like diet, exercise/exertion, weather/temperature/humidity, etc.

if you're 70oz feels like the best you can do right now, just stick with that for now.
I was up three times last night and I stopped drinking at 5 pm. This is madness.
 

august

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I was up three times last night and I stopped drinking at 5 pm. This is madness.

admittedly, I definitely do not drink enough water myself although I've been working on it, too, and I also notice that I pee a LOT more for, well, obvious reasons when I force myself to drink more, but it can level out a bit once your body is more used to the increased fluids. it definitely sucks for a while, though!
 

kiwi

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admittedly, I definitely do not drink enough water myself although I've been working on it, too, and I also notice that I pee a LOT more for, well, obvious reasons when I force myself to drink more, but it can level out a bit once your body is more used to the increased fluids. it definitely sucks for a while, though!
This was my next question. If it will get better I’ll push through.