dipsogenic

adjective
dip·so·gen·ic | \ˌdip-sə-ˈje-nik, -sō- \

Medical Definition of dipsogenic 

: producing thirst dipsogenic diabetes insipidus The frequent drinking by the NFL players may act to inhibit the ingestion of greater volumes of fluid as a result of several mechanisms that terminate the dipsogenic drive.— Sandra Fowkes Kodek et al., The Journal of Athletic Training, March 2010

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