I'm thirsty a lot because of my Sjogren's and my anti-D. Both make my mouth so dry.... But that is probably totally different from what you're experiencing.
Steroids will elevate your blood sugar, but that takes time, and high doses for an extended period. I've been on moderate to low doses of prednisone for 8 years now, and my blood sugar is totally normal.
I'm not sure what this thrist could be from? A mystery isn't it?
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