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My husband (40) who exercises daily has had an increased urgency for weeks of urinating and thirst. Diabetes test was negative but could it be kidneys?

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Dr. Kalyani Perumal
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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In brief: RENAL FUNCTION TESTS

Urinary urgency can indicate urinary infection, prostate enlargement.
Urgency with increased urination and thirst can indicate loss of kidney ability to absorb water. He needs urinalysis, 24quantification of urine , serum creatinine, bun.

In brief: RENAL FUNCTION TESTS

Urinary urgency can indicate urinary infection, prostate enlargement.
Urgency with increased urination and thirst can indicate loss of kidney ability to absorb water. He needs urinalysis, 24quantification of urine , serum creatinine, bun.
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