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Diabetes Insipidus Hyponatremia

Diabetes Insipidus Hyponatremia

Diabetes insipidus hyponatremia occurs when the sodium levels within the body reach very low levels. This electrolyte is needed by the body to control water lev...
Diabetes Insipidus Hypernatremia

Diabetes Insipidus Hypernatremia

Diabetes insipidus hypernatremia happens regularly because of the amount of water that is typically lost with this condition. With the excessive thirst and urin...
Diabetes Insipidus Diagnosis

Diabetes Insipidus Diagnosis

The definition of diabetes insipidus is that it causes an individual to pass excessive amounts of urine over the course of the day. Anything above 3 liters of u...
Diabetes Insipidus and Sodium

Diabetes Insipidus and Sodium

In healthy individuals, there is a hormone that is released by the hypothalamus and stored in the pituitary gland that tells the kidneys when to hold water and ...
Diabetes Insipidus Treatment

Diabetes Insipidus Treatment

For most patients with diabetes insipidus, treatment often involves a few lifestyle changes and the regular consumption of fluids to prevent dehydration. Each p...