2. Excessive Thirst
The increase of urination will undoubtedly cause an increase in thirst as your child’s body attempts to stay hydrated. It’s not just getting thirstier at intervals—the thirst can be continuous, according to experts.
The urge to drink fluids all the time also creates more need to urinate, so it can become obvious as a cycle perpetuates itself, notes the Mayo Clinic. If your child is always whining for another glass of juice or water, it may be more than their love of those drinks—it could be they’re trying to quench their insatiable thirst triggered by diabetes.