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Dehydration is a dangerous side effect of many conditions, ranging from the flu to uncontrolled diabetes. If you think you could be dehydrated, visit an urgent care center to determine how severe your condition is and if you need intravenous fluids to recover.

Increased thirst is a clear indicator of dehydration, but it’s important to pay attention to other symptoms as well. Decreased urine output, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, rapid heart rate, and dry mouth can all also indicate dehydration. For babies, having fewer than normal wet diapers is a clear indicator of dehydration. Simply increasing your fluid intake can often reverse mild dehydration, but moderate to severe dehydration can be serious. Seek treatment at an urgent care center if you are experiencing any dehydration symptoms.

With four convenient walk-in clinic locations, Paramount Urgent Care can respond quickly to your medical concerns, with fast health care when you need it most. We provide the service of IV fluid administration for dehydration. You can learn more about our Orlando-area urgent care clinics by visiting contact us page for a location near you or call 352-674-9218.