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.

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I am wondering what herbs 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...
None. Only vasopressin which is ADH hormone will treat central diabetes insipidus but if it is a problem with kidneys then some diuretics and nsaids can help. Read more...

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...

How can a bad case of diabetes insipidus treated x 2 years with ddap slowly resolve with no further need for ddap anymore? It happened. How? Why?

Well. The causes of di are mutlifactorial and sometimes related to stress. So... Remove the stress and you get rid of it. Post surgery is stressful also. I would recommend that they do mr imaging of the brain and pituitary stalk and hypothalamus with thin sections before and after contrast. Read more...
Maybe misdiagnosed!! 1. If real, but due to pressure on pituitary/hypothalamus, and pressure relieved , it could resolve. 2. More likely it was a misdiagnosis. Read more...

What's the most effective way to treat child with diabetes insipidus?

Depends. The answer depends on the cause of the diabetes insipidus. Often time, diabetes insipidus is just a symptom, not the cause. The hormone involved is ADH (vasopressin) (antidiuretic hormone). If the cause is in the brain, treatment is to give back ADH (vasopressin) (ddavp) either in nasal spray or pill. If the problem is at the kidney, treatment is antiinflammatory (indomethacin) and diuretics (hctz and amiloride). Read more...
DI. There are two types of diabetes insipidus: central (the hormone ADH is missing) and nephrogenic (adh does not work on the kidneys to concentrate urine). The former is treated by giving the patient the hormone ADH (vasopressin) and the latter with medications such as minocyclin. Ensuring adequate fluid intake is also part of therapy for both types (also see other answers on di). Read more...