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Avatar m tn - Dry mouth (false thirst) - Dehydration - Untreated diabetes mellitus type 1 - Congestive heart failure - Liver cirrhosis - Chronic kidney failure - Diabetes insipidus due to a brain disorder (pituitary tumor) or kidney disorder (polycystic kidney disease) - Hormonal disorders: hyperthyroidism, hyperparathyroidism, Cushing's syndrome, hyperaldosteronism (in adrenal tumor) - Caffeine intoxication - Medications: steroids, certain antibiotics, antidepressants, lithium - Ecstasy (MDMA) Rare caus
Avatar n tn This can also be the result of diseases like diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Heart, liver and kidney failure and also certain medications cause excessive thirst. In your son’s case along with other symptoms, you need to rule out hyperthyroidism and diabetes insipidus for sure. There can be pituitary tumors too causing polydipsia, resulting in twitches and tremors. It can also be a transient ischemic attack or TIA or mini stroke.
Avatar n tn Not all BP medications increase urine frequency, so ask your doctor if your medication is causing increased frequency. Other causes of increased frequency are diabetes mellitus, (high blood sugar), diabetes insipidus, urinary tract infection and prostate enlargement (in males). Please discuss with your doctor. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
Avatar n tn This can also be the result of diseases like diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Heart, liver and kidney failure and also certain medications cause excessive thirst. Diabetes cannot be diagnosed by simple blood tests at home. So, please consult your child’s pediatrician. Take care!
Avatar f tn This can also be the result of diseases like diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Heart, liver and kidney failure and also certain medications cause excessive thirst. Some people with severe acidity too develop a habit of drinking water to counteract the effect of acidity In your case, probably chronic diarrhea has precipitated increased thirst. Chronic diarrhea can be due to parasitic infestations.
Avatar n tn This can also be the result of diseases like diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Heart, liver and kidney failure and also certain medications cause excessive thirst. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Do consult your doctor. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Avatar m tn Anxiety. •Hyperthyroidism. •Diabetes insipidus. •Nocturnal hypoglycaemia (in diabetics). •Medications, e.g. over-the-counter antipyretics, antihypertensives, antipsychotics (can cause rebound temperature symptoms). •Drug or alcohol abuse. •Obstructive sleep apnoea. •Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease. •Night terrors Malaria causes sweating as well, and TB. What other symptoms do you have? Do you have a cough, fatigue, nausea anything else besides fever?
Avatar f tn This can also be the result of diseases like diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Heart, liver and kidney failure and also certain medications cause excessive thirst. Some people with severe acidity too develop a habit of drinking water to counteract the effect of acidity. You can cut down your salt, spicy and fried food intake. Avoid too much exposure to sun. Take an antacid twice a day. Eat frequent small meals. Keep a record of the water you take—do not drink more than 8-10 glasses.
Avatar f tn This can also be the result of diseases like diabetes mellitus (DM) and diabetes insipidus (DI). Heart, liver and kidney problems and also certain medications cause excessive thirst. DI is pretty rare. DM is very common. A comprehensive investigation is required to know why you have this problem. The blackouts and fatigue may be related to this problem. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Avatar f tn They did a urine specimen on me and said no UTI and sent me home. It is not do to my medications either. There is one med that causes this with me but I am not taking it, I was told awhile ago to stop taking it, which was Oxaprozin, and in which I did stop taking it. I do have some medical issues, like chiari malformation, tahcycardia and a very small pituatary tumor or they say possible rathes cleft cyst but it is very small like 5mm.
1054665 tn?1305512055 Lithium is known to be associated with tremors and passing of large amounts of urine(Diabetes insipidus) so if the med is not suiting you u could ask for a change of med to Lamictal or trileptal both of which are anticonvulsants with excellent mood stabilizing qualities.
570543 tn?1247433782 There is a possibility that you have some problem with adrenal gland and probably diabetes insipidus. This causes extreme thirst and very diluted urine. A change in the cortisol metabolism can cause very high temperature. Please get this investigated. Also since your mother is a nurse ask her to get a panel for PUO done to know the cause of fever. Hope this helps. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Do consult your doctor.
Avatar m tn “ Since you mention very clear urine, I would also look at the possibility od diabetes insipidus. Another associated problem could be diabetes mellitus. Hope this helps. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. You need a comprehensive investigation taking all these points in consideration. Please discuss this with your doctor and get yourself investigated accordingly. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care! Refer: http://www.
Avatar f tn Since you have adrenal insufficiency and pain, it is necessary to rule out diabetes insipidus which causes volumes of low specific gravity urine. Kidney stones, bladder infection and diabetes mellitus or high blood sugar too need to be ruled out. Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral. Take care!
Avatar m tn Hello, The various causes of excessive sweating(hyperhydrosis) are stress and anxiety, adrenal disorders(like Addison's disease, Conn's syndrome, Cushings syndrome, hypoadrenalism or pheochromocytoma), diabetes mellitus, menopause, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) and Turners syndrome, nephrogenic diabetes insipidus,hypercalcaemic nephropathy,metabolic syndrome ,multiple endocrine neoplasia II (MEN II) - also called Sipple's syndrome,renal tubular acidosis (RTA),hyperparathyroidism and sl
Avatar n tn However, excessive loss of magnesium in urine can be a side effect of some medications and can also occur in cases of poorly-controlled diabetes and alcohol abuse. http://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/magnesium.asp Anemic - In general, there are three major types of anemia, classified according to the size of the red blood cells: 1. If the red blood cells are smaller than normal, this is called microcytic anemia.
Avatar n tn Some of the fun symptoms include headaches, nausea, excessive thirst/urination (diabetes insipidus), and cessation of menstrual periods. The whole process of trying to diagnose and treat my condition has been a financial nightmare due to a lack of adequate health insurance. I wouldn't mind the exorbitant doctors' fees, except for the fact that I'm no closer to understanding my condition now than I was 8 months ago when it was first discovered. I understand that doctors are busy and stressed.
Avatar m tn He said that he thinks the increased TSH level was caused by thyroiditis, and that the excessive thirst may be caused by diabetes insipidus. I doubt I have diabetes insipidus, as it doesn't account for the variety of symptoms. I will be getting another blood test some time this week. It will have all of the antibodies you suggested, TSH levels,diabetes insipidus things, along with other stuff. Thanks for your help!
Avatar n tn increased urine output)? Have you gone to an ENT to get tested for vestibular problems? What about getting tested for CMV, HIV, other immunity problems and cortisol levels? Also, too much stress can lower immunity, and judging by your being on two anti-depressants and a benzodiazapine derivative, I would guess that you are under a tremendous amount of stress. Does your primary care doctor/psychiatrist know you are on two different anti-depressants?
172023 tn?1334675884 //www.merckvetmanual.com/mvm/index.jsp If you go to the link above type in: Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus It is more of a hormanal (sp. check) issue than in the diabetes most people think of. You can add things by placing a , Ex. Nephrorogenic Diabaetes Insipidus, high pH, fluid intake, bla bla bla and it will highlight your words in the book. Anyhow, this will cause excessive drinking in which will leave the urine dilute. DO NOT TRY testing by pulling water away though on your own.
Avatar n tn Metabolic diseases like diabetes (which you said has been ruled out), thyroid disorders or diabetes insipidus (not the same as diabetes mellitus) can be considered. The latter disease can be evaluated with a water restriction test. As for the cholesterol, I agree with the lifestyle changes. If this is not enough to bring the cholesterol down, medications like the various statin class of drugs can be considered. These options can be discussed with your personal physician.
Avatar n tn Abdominal x-rays at one time showed moderate stool retention but the last one was normal. Recent first morning urine specimen ruled out diabetes insipidus.
Avatar f tn You will be in ICU primarily because fluid of fluid balance secondary to diabetes insipidus (DI) and this is a common complication. I was in ICU for 4 days. They will also monitor you for any spinal leak. It is great that you are feeling good. My oncologist prescribed Neurexal (100mg) and Epleptin (300mg) for my severe headaches. Both medications are for epilepsy patients, but are great for curing severe headaches. I have been on this medication for 3 months now and are feeling great!
Avatar m tn This is in addition to the pituitary hormones that I take for Panyhypopituitarism and Diabetes insipidus. With this combo I am getting relief. With the treatments, which started early this year, I have 3-4 head pain free days a week and when I am having pain, it is of a lower intensity. I am just about to go into my second treatment cycle of the Botox, RFAs and pulsed RF and the meds are being monitored. Feel free to get in touch if you'd like more info or?
Avatar f tn Please do not take any antibiotic without this test because if the organism is not sensitive to the antibiotic, it will only sit quietly for some time and then flare up again. However increased frequency of urine is also seen in diabetis mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Small for size bladder is another cause and so also neurogenic bladder. Another possibility is a polyp or a growth inside the urethra. At times a hair too grows inwards and keeps tickling the urethra causing a need to urinate.
Avatar f tn ), fP-gluc 6,6 (!, no diabetes). I think that I was dehydrated. My dehydration may be due to partial diabetes insipidus, hyperparathyroidism, or vitamin D. Vitamin D intake was increased early in autumn 2012 from 25 mcg to 50 mcg. Then I had, according to a doctor, to increase D-vitamin intake to 100. At the end of 2012 I had increased it to 75 mcg, and then I was one day at 100 mcg. I did not feel good and dropped it back to 75 mcg on the next day.
Avatar m tn Is your back pain at the kidney area? (There's also Diabetes Insipidus, from hormone dysfunction, too little antidiuretic hormone.) Benadryl didn't help the polyuria? That might eliminate histamine and/or endogenous interferon. "and some do... go away" doesn't sound like cancer. Since your CT did not look at any node's architecture, you might want to ask for a sono of the worst one someday. Presence of "fatty hilum" would be very good.
Avatar m tn ****** In 2002, I basically diagnosed myself with Diabetes Insipidus (which for anyone who doesn't know, has nothing biologically to do with Diabetes Mellitus (which people usually mean if they just say Diabetes). I hasten to add that an endocrinologist diagnosed me, and one with a PhD in vasopressin (so he knew what he was doing). I initially requested the tests from my GP and the tests confirmed what I suspected.
1916673 tn?1420236870 Corticosteroid medications (such as prednisone), Cushing’s disease, diabetes insipidus, an excessive use of laxatives and salty foods in the diet can all produce high sodium results. In end-stage chronic kidney failure, when kidney function is seriously undermined, sodium levels can fall. Low sodium levels are also common with prolonged vomiting and/or diarrhea.
Avatar n tn These conditions can be easily ruled out using blood and urine tests. If normal, you can consider more uncommon conditions - like diabetes insipidus (different from diabetes mellitus). This is a disorder of neurohormones that can lead to urinary frequency. This would be diagnosed via a water restriction test. You can also consider a cystoscopy to evaluate the lower urinary tract for any anatomical abnormalities.