I answered your other post on this.
But a question- I see you take this because your thirsty. Have you checked your fasting blood sugar? Thats also on a yearly physical lab test and certainly LLMDs check this on a basic lab test.
Many people here have anxiety. Anxiety triggers cortisol release. Cortisol releases more glucose than needed from the liver , because it thinks your in danger and need energy to run from a saber cat. Its doesn't know that lyme is making anxiety. You dont use this sugar since your couching and the result in thirst increase (to thin the sugar)and high blood glucose (since it was not used).
Glucose is usually 81.
I don't really have the excessive thirst anymore, though I did for many years. I do have low ADH with normal osmololity, which is very common with CIRS. Correcting that is part of the Shoemaker protocol. Some of my CIRS labs normalized, but not this one.
The low ADH means water isn't properly utilized in the body. I often feel like my tissues and bones are dehydrated.
However, my kidney labs make my Lyme doctor think I drink too much water. She didn't seem toi well versed on the ADH/osmololity issue, though she did order the test as I requested.
I do have extreme dry mouth, especially at night. Sometimes I wake up in the night with a headache and feel dehydrated.