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Urine Volume Per Day
1.5 to 2 liters/day: 1.5 to 2 liters/day is optimal to prevent stones. ...Read more
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
It depends on the...: It depends on the size of the bottles and on what other fluids or moist foods are eating during the entire day. If one is frequently going to the bathroom to pee, and the urine is close to colorless (not much yellow), then she is likely taking in more fluids than she needs. ...Read more
A few hundred: The flow of liquid filtrate from blood into the kidneys is about 180 liters per day, all of which, except a few liters, get reabsorbed back into the blood after having been cleaned. If you consider that the body average blood content is 5-6 liters, then you have your answer. ...Read more
Is 4 16.9 oz bottles of water a day too much water? I drink this every day and sometimes more every single day.
Why?: Why are you drinking water? There is no real benefit, unless you suffer from kidney stones. If you are physically active and live in a warm climate, you may need a lot of water to replace sweat losses. The best guide to water intake is your thirst. Listen to your body. ...Read more
Yes: As a fluid it does count, as dopes the fluid value of foods, like applesauce that is 95% water, or vegies that are often 50%. ...Read more
I stop drinkin fluids early evening Only small volume urination at bed time. 4am large volume dark urine.8am large volum clear urine. Water retention?
Probably: More information is needed to address the issue. Do you stand for long periods of time during the day? if yes that may explain pooling of fluid in the legs during day and mobilization at night. What you described also fits in with symptoms of early heart failure. It would be prudent to see your doctor for an evaluation. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
yes: 2 gallons or 7 liters is excessive water intake in most cases. If you do not have kidney stones then this much water intake is not recommended. You can develop water toxicity, electrolyte problems, increased blood pressure etc. 2-3 l /day is adequate water intake for most individuals. ...Read more
Taking dytor 30 mg, yesterday urine output was 600 ml more than liquid intake, today output. Only 100 ml and input 900 ml. What is happening?
Potent: That's a very potent diuretic. It obviously worked yesterday. It's too soon to say about today. Try this:each morning when you awaken, empty your bladder, weigh yourself before you eat or drink anything, no clothes - if your Dytor is working, you'll see your weight gradually going down. Remember that fluid is also lost thru perspiration, so you're in more negative balance than you're measuring. ...Read more
My average water intake per day is 0.5-1 litre (since 2012). Is an instant jump to 3 litres per day bad for my kidneys? (Had a kidney stone).
Fluid intake: Not a problem if you have normal kidney function. ...Read more
Water intake: http://www.mayoclinic.org/water/art-20044256 according to mayo clinic, in a temperate climate a woman’s adequate intake (ai) is about 2.2 liters of water per day. However more fluid is needed if you are exercising, losing fluid through illness or in a hot climate. ...Read more
Fluid intake: "The Institute of Medicine sets general guidelines for total water intake. It recommends that women consume a total of 91 ounces (that’s about 2.7 liters) per day – from all food and beverages combined. For men, it’s about 125 ounces a day (or 3.7 liters). Depending on your diet, about 25% of the water you consume comes from your food. " REF: http://www.doctoroz.com/blog/leigh-vinocur-md-facep/ho ...Read more
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Hello dr. Sometimes i produced 500 ml urie in every couple of hours around2 times.Is that normal.Intake around 2.5litre and output around 1.6 litre.
Diet & exercise: Make sure you exercise at least 30 minutes a day, don't skip meals, avoid soda, juice, dairy, alcohol and fried foods. Eat a healthy well balanced diet! also water, organic vegetable broth, green leafy vegetables, natural pickles, apples are great to fill you up so you dont feel hungry and they are very low in calories. ...Read more
No.: Probably not a good idea to chug your water. The water ingestion is good, but you should space it out over a longer period of time. Good luck. ...Read more
Low urine output increased fluid intake no change cranberry juice brownish urine once. 3 days later water only brown again and back pain about an hour?
Doctor can evaluate: Brown urine means go to the doctor (brown coloring can be from blood cells breaking, muscle cells breaking, etc...). An evaluation is needed now, before things get worst. Tests will be done to find out why the urine is brown, why there is decreased urine output, and why there is back pain. Hopefully, there won't be permanent kidney damage. ...Read more
I'm passing urine around 8 times per day(past 48 hrs) and normally i only go once or twice and i drink around one glass of water per day . The urine pale yellow-colourless. What are the causes?
You need to call ur: dr. It seems that you may be having a infection starting. If it gets to feeling that you're having a burning sensation too, besides frequency, it will require possible medications. So you should be drinking several glasses of water a day to flush out the bacteria and keep well hydrated as infection can occur when you are only drinking one glass of water per day. Watch for chills and fever too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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