Diabetes insipidus and head injuries

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Avatar n tn I used to be a RN, and I knew right away that it was Diabetes Insipidus. And I was just a nurse. This man had MD training, and further specialized training as a pediatrician. Why could I remember this disease from my training and this doctor could not?? I agree with some of those here who say if you are young you are dismissed, or else labeled as a drug seeker. I went through that, too. Now as a woman who is aging, I get told that my symptoms are related to aging.
492869 tn?1285022533 I know a few of us on this forum have had pretty significant head and/or neck injuries in the past and would rather try something like this than give in to our families' pleas to don motorcycle helmets and neck braces round-the-clock.
7734321 tn?1393763564 i would sleep more then wake later with less of a headache but when i stood up i would get a whooshing sound in my ears and a throbbing in the top of my head. i told me GP. She said its normal when you first stand up ( Normal My #$$, if it was normal wouldnt it have been happening all my life, anyway i digress lol ). So i had these headaches, i got blurred vision and my blood pressure went up to 234/127. So off i go to hospital for 4 days.
2186126 tn?1384961026 Just found this site -- thank you all, it's very helpful. By sheer coincidence, when DivaMarie posted on Nov. 9th, two posts above, that was the day I decided to free my 15yo, 70lb Lab/Chow mix Frida from further pain. After 11 years of practically zero health issues, she had a few Cushing's-type symptoms develop at age 11 -- PU/PD (excessive drinking/peeing), her gorgeous thick tail turned into more or less a rattail, potbelly, a few other miscellaneous symptoms.
Avatar n tn Did you get any medical diagnosis yet? I gained 22 pounds in 4 days and we have ruled out failing kidneys and heart problems and my doctor is clueless.