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I understand your concern.
Well such Constant thirst and excessive urination indicates possibility of Diabetes.
You must check your blood sugar levels.
Also when someone has a high blood sugar, the sugar also acts as a diuretic.
Other possible causes may include Urinary tract infection.
As your symptoms are not improving over the time then see your doctor for further evaluation and management.
Fasting blood sugar levels,HbA1c,urinalysis,Kidney function test should be done further.
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You should try some self care measures like
Hydrate yourself with plenty of fluids.
Start a multivitamin supplement.
Try Azo pills if you have some burning sensation during urination.
Continue to cut out all refined sugar and sweets etc, no creatine, no caffeine, no protein shakes or sports drinks.
Limit your protein intake also.
Eat small meals throughout the day.
Limit fluids before bedtime.
If your symptoms'll not improve in next 3 days then visit emergency room for further evaluation and management.
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This should subside in 1-2 weeks if diabetes is ruled out.