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What are the differences between an overactive bladder and diabetes insipidus?

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Dr. Ron Jones
Family Medicine 45 years experience
Not the same: Diabetes insipidus is secondary to a malfunction in your pituitary gland whereas overactive bladder is usually a problem with the nerve supply to the bladder or the bladder outlet muscle itself. Rj.

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