Treatment For Diabetes Insipidus?
Good morning, I was once asked by my friend, is diabetes insipidus very influential on iinsulianny / can damage insulin? thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Diabetes insipidus is a rare disease in which the kidneys abnormally produce more urine. People with diabetes insipidus pass urine 3-10 times more than normal people. As a result, sufferers will feel often thirsty and drink a lot.
Diabetes insipidus with diabetes mellitus or diabetes is not related to one another, although diabetes can also get frequent urination complaints. In diabetes insipidus there is an abnormality in the hormone vassopressin which regulates the regulation of fluids in the body, while the blood sugar and insulin levels of sufferers do not experience disorders such as diabetes mellitus.
Doctors diagnose diabetes insipidus based on current medical history, family history, physical examination, urine, blood tests, fluid deprivation tests, and also MRI. the main treatment in this case is to consume enough water to prevent dehydration. Furthermore, treatment will be tailored to the type of diabetes insipidus and its causes.
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