Re: Heart Beating Faster?
Hi if a woman weighs 100 pounds she should drink 6.25 cups of water, minimum and more likely about 7-8 glasses according to some opinions. Water drinking is important to keep blood from getting too sludgy and thick, a form of dehydration on the inside does not usually help health. I suppose it could put one at risk for clots and heart attacks. Water is necessary for many other important functions in the body.
I am also concerned about the dark urine. Is the Naprosyn still being taken? It can cause dark urine and can be a symptom of liver failure. Have the liver enzymes been taken by the GI doctor?
Last edited by sjb; 06-07-2012 at 04:24 PM.
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