Guide To The Symptoms Of Diabetes Insipidus

Lots Of Diluted Urine

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Drinking large amounts of water in a short period can cause individuals to experience lots of diluted urine. A diluted specimen of urine is one with very low levels of creatine in it. When individuals experience diabetes insipidus, they will invariably have high levels of thirst, which will cause them to urinate on a frequent basis. If patients urinate more than eight times each day, there's likely some underlying condition causing this issue. Having diluted urine is a natural byproduct of drinking a substantial amount of water and other liquids, which means finding a way to manage extreme thirst should also help reduce how frequently they need to urinate. If patients find they're urinating far more often than they should be, treatment is absolutely necessary. While diabetes insipidus isn't always a serious condition, it can create problems.

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