Thank-you so so so so so so much from all of you that responded so quickly. If you can't tell, I'm appreciative:) I do plan on talking to my GP about it tomorrow. I have an appnt set up for prescription refills, but I think that I'll tag that on too. It hasn't gone away, and I've tried cutting coffee back and adding more water than usual. The thing is, that years ago I used to drink lots of water, and be a very active runner. I have kept that up and was keeping myself drinking about 2+ liters of water daily. I would drink about 1-2 cups coffee, and ate a very healthy low salt diet. Then, 2 years ago I actually passed out due to low sodium (they think) and then had 2 grand mal seizures. Since then it has been a fine battle to keep my salt in the regular range...hence I have been told by my GP to increase my salt intake, and am to drink no more than 2 liters of water daily in any form (juice, tea, etc...). I was keeping that up, but without adding lots of extra salted foods my sodium was not regulating..now it's been fine, but I've cut WAY back on drinking water..I drink about 1 1/2 liters p/day, no herbal teas, and no juice...just some water, and way more coffee (otherwise I just feel too hungry). I'm not a big fan of too much gatorade (just not my thing). So, that's a bit broader the storey. It makes sense that possible I could be a bit dehydrated, but I've been this now the same for almost 2 years...I have tried over the last few days to drink more water, and even added in some extra cups of herbal tea to see if it would dilute my pee...it's worked somewhat, but still I am not out what I think I should be, and it still seems to be more concentrated than normal. I will just have to see what my GP says. Oh, and also yesterday I noticed that I was spotting a bit of . Could be my endometriosis though...not totally sure on that one (shrugs, oh well, don't know everything). I am interested in hearing that it could be an infection of some sort. I did just start on Imuran 2 weeks ago..that's supposed to make me more suseptible to infections, right? Hmmmm...
Thanks again everyone, and I'll letcha know what my GP says.
It is God that gives me the strength to carry on in the valleys of life and the wings to fly to the mountain tops
<FONT color=#008000>Dx: Diagnosed with Epilepsy Jan 2005, SLE July 2007, since then, Raynauds, Alopetia Areta, Vasculitis, discoid lesions, Endemetriosis March 2008. Meds: Tegretol, Imuran, Plaquenil, quite often Flurbiprofen and Rabeprezole, as well as various other supplements/vitamins.