Diabetes insipidus symptoms alcohol

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Avatar m tn Are you drinking too much coffee, too much alcohol - these drinks will dehydrate you. In diabetes, if you your sugar levels are too high, you will want to urinate more often. This is the kidneys trying to rid the excess glucose in the body. Having a urinary infection can also cause frequent urination. You should make an appointment to see your doctor. Take a morning mid stream urine sample to be tested.
Avatar f tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones. I suggest you to take opinion of your doctor who would do a clinical examination and advice for needful tests.
Avatar m tn ANY medications, ESPECIALLY psychotropic medications ARE in fact changing the physiology of your body, so YES IT IS DANGEROUS to drink under these medications. ALCOHOL IS A DEPRESSANT. ALCOHOL IS A BLOOD THINNER. ALCOHOL HAS MOOD ALTERING PROPERTIES. ALCOHOL WITHOUT PRESCRIPTIONS CAN BE DEADLY TO YOUR LIVER AND KIDNEYS AND LITHIUM AND DEPAKOTE AND OTHER BIPOLAR TREATMENTS REQUIRE REQUIRE REQUIRE BLOODWORK TO WATCH YOUR LIVER AND KIDNEYS!!!!
4848134 tn?1360123266 Low protein diet is another factor. Since urine specific gravity is low, you either have diabetes insipidus or are over hydrated. You need to discuss all this 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. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history.
Avatar m tn A series of doctors diagnosed or tested her for multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, chronic fatigue syndrome, mononucleosis, diabetes insipidus. One suggested she be evaluated for mental illness". Sound familiar? http://www.mercurypoisoningnews.com/elevated.html Good Luck.
Avatar f tn Hello, Increased frequency of urination can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar m tn I also had a PSA test which came back at a level of 1 point something which I was told was well within limits. Can these be symptoms of alcohol detox after 23yrs? Could it be diabetes insipidus? For a few years I took recreational drugs. I'm worried with giving up alcohol this might have had an effect on hormone levels (ADH?
Avatar f tn Other than that, it can be due to excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones. I suggest you to take opinion of your doctor who would do a clinical examination and advice for needful tests. I hope it helps.
Avatar n tn Other than that, it can be due to excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones. I suggest you to take opinion of your doctor who would do a clinical examination and advice for needful tests. I hope it helps.
1685471 tn?1305364019 It can be also be due to many other reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones. In males prostatitis can also cause such symptoms.
Avatar n tn Hello, Frequnet urge to urinate can be due to excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar f tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones. I suggest you to consult a urologist and get it evaluated. I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
Avatar m tn Other than that, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar f tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
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?
5283093 tn?1379168047 If you drink water a lot and yet feel dehydrated, then two things need to be ruled out first. One is diabetes mellitus (high blood sugar) and the other is diabetes insipidus (disorder with increased formation of very dilute urine). If you are passing a lot of urine then apart from these two disorders it can also be urinary tract infection. Working excessively in heat or sun or exercising too much can also make you feel dehydrated.
Avatar m tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar n tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar n tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar m tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar m tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar m tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar n tn im 18 years old and I had numerous blood test done including for diabetes metillus, diabtes insipidus ,sjogren's syndrome but everything came out normal.
Avatar m tn It can be due to many reasons which can be physiological or disease-related, and include excessive intake of liquids, diuretic substances (including tea, caffeine, alcohol, certain drugs), anxiety, exposure to cold, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus (central or nephrogenic), urinary tract infections or obstruction, etc to name a few more common ones.
Avatar m tn Thanks for the recommendation! This came up in some of my research and I ended up doing a water deprivation test which came back negative (normal). It still seems like it could be a pituitary condition that I am dealing with though... Thanks!
Avatar n tn May 25, 2000 Sept 1999 symptoms of neuropathy (burning, pins, numbness, heavy limbs, both feet, hands and arms) and back right localized head pain accompanied with cloudy vision began (symptoms continue to worsen). Occassionally I gets shakes all over my body, turn pale, difficulty concentrating & nauseau. In the first 3-4 mths of the sysmptoms I had great difficulty staying awake almost daily. Sleeping as much as 14 hrs a day.
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 The recommended amount of fluids (not alcohol) to be drunk during the day is around 2 litres. Your doctor or urologist would advise you whether you should drink more or less than this amount. Dehydration and not drinking enough water can lead to the formation of kidney stones. A kidney stone can be as small as a grain of sand, but can still cause a lot of pain and can cause infections, blockage and pain.
Avatar f tn I eat a healthy diet, alcohol rarely, and stopped smoking two years ago. About a year ago I went to see the doctor for classic signs of hypothyroidism.... except for two things. My TSH was low, and my heart rate tended to be high. However, since my free T4 level was also very low, I was started on synthroid. Prior to this, I had some problems with tachycardia, wore a holter, had some petechaie, and was ultimately diagnosed with anemia.
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.