My brother was in and accident last may and suffered a severe brain injury. He had part of his brain removed but has astounded all of his doctors. He can read and write and is now starting to talk. He can almost walk, his vision is pretty good and he is swallowing better every day. The question we have now is that he is constantly thirsty. He will drink until he throws up and then want more. His labe values are normal (UA with specific gravity), bmp, osmolality. What could be going wrong? We have another appointment with the neurosurgeon this week but no one seems to know what this problem could be. Thanks for your help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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