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diabetes insipidus or something else?

Discussion in 'Ask A Question' started by vichithraveera, Oct 10, 2019.

  1. vichithraveera

    vichithraveera · Member

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    Hi,
    For years, ive been facing serious issues about that I have to frequently urination for about 12-15 times in a day and it is lot of volume each time and urine looks clear like water and tastelss.
    Some days I can be normal and go about 4 times a day and urine looks yellow and concentrated.
    I had all possible tests under the sky for diabetes, thyroid, kidney test, MRI of brain, Heart CT, Insipidus etc.
    Although I have symptoms same as diabetes insipidus, I believe the hormone is getting suppressed which is true in my case , but not because of an yissue in brain/hypothalamus. In my case, something is telling my body to produce less vasopressin.
    I don't know if it could be infections/ immune related issues or auto immune issues.
    Any replies will be of great help as I'm not able to function normally due to this.
     
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    Dark Horse · Well-Known Member

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    Postman 1969 · Newbie

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    If you restrict you fluid intake you then become yer dehydrated and it becomes so bad after a time that you feel like your going to die . Any type of fluid intake is better than none .water from a toilet water from a vase with flowers in it ect you can survive with no fluid intake humiliation is understandable . But as a infant you dont know any difference
     
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