A 35-year-old female asked:
What causes high urine sodium and normal blood sodium levels, and would such levels be related to recurrent episodes of hypokalemia?
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Pathology 45 years experience
Diet: If you eat more sodium, you pee more of it out. If you drink less water, there is less in which to dissolve whatever sodium you have may taken in. Don't look for a deeper meaning here.
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Endocrinology 58 years experience
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