A 35-year-old male asked:
What diseases could be related with low urinary output, when creatinine, bun and urine analysis including proteins and clearance are normal?many thank
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Pathology 45 years experience
Be more specific?: Something's wrong here. Urinary output parallels fluid intake from all sources. If you drink more water, and your kidney function is reasonably normal, you pee more. If you're not drinking much, and it's a hot day and you're sweating, your urine output will be lower than some reference range. Generally, don't try to diagnose yourself or other with labs without sharing a clinical history.
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Last updated Jun 2, 2014
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