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What herbs can help treat diabetes insipidus?

What herbs can help treat diabetes insipidus?

None that we know of: There are no herbs that have been studied and have shown to have helped. Talked to your nephrologist. ...Read more

Dr. Joseph Boland
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Difficulty Sleeping (Definition)

Many women complain that they have trouble sleeping when they are pregnant. Try not to eat just before bedtime. Consider taking a warm bath at bedtime to help you relax. As your abdomen gets bigger, you may want to lie on your side with a pillow under your abdomen and a pillow between ...Read more


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Question about diabetes insipidus. How do you get it?

Question about diabetes insipidus. How do you get it?

Many causes: Diabetes insipidus can genetic or acquired and be from multiple causes including problems at the level of the brain (surgery, tumor, trauma, infection), kidney (medication side effects, genetic), pregnancy related changes or excessive intake of water. Here is a great link for more information: http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/diabetes-insipidus/ds00799. ...Read more

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How can I help my partner who has diabetes insipidus?

How can I help my partner who has diabetes insipidus?

Depends: You did not give the cause of the di so it is hard to tell you how to give support. If it is from head trauma a lot of support will be needed to get your partner back to normal. The same if it is due to a surgical procedure. At any rate. Find out what the doctor recommends and do all you can to be a support and be there when needed. ...Read more

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What are some herbs that would help treat diabetes insipidus?

What are some herbs that would help treat diabetes insipidus?

Electrolyte problem: Diabetes insipidus occurs due to either abnormality in hormone secretion from the brain or kidney not responding to this hormone. It is very important to find out the cause as severe eletrolytes abnormalities can occur. Herbs may not be advisable, as underlying cause must be identified and treated. Some herbs can do more damage to the kidney. Please talk to your doctor before starting any medicine. ...Read more

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What is the most dangerous possible complication of diabetes insipidus?

What is the most dangerous possible complication of diabetes insipidus?

Cardiorespiratory ar: If you have diabetes insipidus and are deprived of water, since you do not have the hormone that makes you retain water you become extremly dehydrated and can go into shock. Your brain also becomes dehydrated and you go into cardiorespiratory arrest. ...Read more

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What is the fluid deprivation test for diabetes insipidus?

What is the fluid deprivation test for diabetes insipidus?

Vasopressin test.: This is a dehydration test for diabetes insipidus. First, fluid is withheld until urine osmolality is stable. Then 5 u of vasopressin is given by subcutaneous injection. The urine and plasma osmolality/concentration is measures before and one hour after the injection. Argenine vasopressin or avp given to these patients causes a >9% rise in urine osmolality. In normal patients, it is <9%. ...Read more

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Is there a connection between celiac disease and diabetes insipidus?

Is there a connection between celiac disease and diabetes insipidus?

No: None that I am aware of and I could not find anything significant in a quick search. Type 1 diabetes and celiac are more common together, but not diabetes insipidus. ...Read more

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

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

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. ...Read more

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What are the risks of lithium if you have nephrogenic diabetes insipidus?

What are the risks of lithium if you have nephrogenic diabetes insipidus?

Not much: Hi. If you HAVE nephrogenic DI, lithium ain't gonna cause whatcha already got. Lithium can cause nephrogenic DI in normal people. As you (who I assume has nephrogenic DI) know, nehrogenic DI comes in partial (which is what I would wish on anyone over the alternative) or complete (a tough problem). If you have partial, lithium could make it worse. Do you also have vision problems and deafness? ...Read more

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Other causes of polydypsia and polyuria than diabetes insipidus and psychogenic?

Other causes of polydypsia and polyuria than diabetes insipidus and psychogenic?

Classic causes: But many patients have taken to consuming large amounts of water due to perception that this is valuable for their health. An internist is ideal to figure this out. ...Read more

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Can symptoms of diabetes insipidus disappear?

Can symptoms of diabetes insipidus disappear?

If the cause disappe: The degree of recovery is largely dependent on the underlying cause of the disease. Complete resolution of symptoms may not be seen in individuals with severe disease. Chronic diabetes insipidus, although inconvenient, is not usually a dire medical condition. When properly treated, diabetes insipidus itself does not reduce life expectancy. The prognosis, therefore, depends on the underlying diseas. ...Read more

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Foods that help people with diabetes insipidus?

Foods that help people with diabetes insipidus?

It depeds on reason: One component of effective management of nephrogenic diabetes insipidus is the low sodium diet. Restricted sodium intake limits renal solute load and permits full effectiveness of chorothiazide. The usual sodium intake for persons in the us is about 5000 mg/day. From a medical perspective, the low sodium restriction for treatment of hypertension is 2400 mg/day. ...Read more

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Just been diagnosed with diabetes insipidus any tips?

It is very important: See your doctor immediately if you notice the two most common signs of diabetes insipidus: excessive urination and extreme thirst. And follow his or her instruction, control your wieght. ...Read more

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How often is diabetes insipidus from lithium reversible?

How often is diabetes insipidus from lithium reversible?

Early = better: I can't tell you how often, but I can strongly urge you to see your provider ASAP to stop taking lithium and if this is a fairly new problem, it is more likely to reverse, but it can take time. The damage done is to the kidney - be sure to stay well hydrated and make an appointment. I hope you've caught it in time - good thinking to ask! Best wishes for a good result! ...Read more

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What is the difference between diabetes insipidus and mellitus?

What is the difference between diabetes insipidus and mellitus?

Unrelated conditions: Diabetes mellitus (dm) is a condition of excessively high sugars which can cause one to void large amounts of urine frequently. Type 1 dm is caused by pancreatic failure so Insulin is required. Type 2 dm is resistance to Insulin or inefficient use. Diabetes insipidus is voiding large amounts of urine frequently due to either kidney or brain disorder, both unrelated to sugar & insulin. ...Read more

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Could symptoms of diabetes insipidus disappear and then return, why?

Could symptoms of diabetes insipidus disappear and then return, why?

YES: Post brain surgery or trauma or irradiation or chemotherapy, can cause transient diabetes insipidus and siadh. Treatment is indicated during the transient phase. ...Read more

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How do you differentiate partial diabetes insipidus from total when diagnosing?

How do you differentiate partial diabetes insipidus from total when diagnosing?

Complicated: The answer to this question should be given face to face with your physician as it can be a little technical to explain. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Insomnia (Definition)

A sleep disorder in which you cannot fall or stay asleep. It usually accompanies another sleep, medical, or psychiatric disorder, and can lead to memory impairment, mood changes, and increased risk of ...Read more


Dr. Luis Gonzalez-mendoza
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Diabetes Insipidus (Definition)

A condition in which your pituitary gland does not make the ADH hormone, and you have to drink and urinate constantly. Many with this condition carry water with them at all ...Read more