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Diabetes Insipidus Hypernatremia

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What is HYPERNATREMIA? What does HYPERNATREMIA mean? HYPERNATREMIA meaning - HYPERNATREMIA pronunciation - HYPERNATREMIA definition - HYPERNATREMIA explanation - How to pronounce HYPERNATREMIA? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... license. Hypernatremia is a high sodium ion level in the blood. Early symptoms may include a strong feeling of thirst, weakness, nausea, and loss of appetite. Severe symptoms include confusion, muscle twitching, and bleeding in or around the brain. Normal serum sodium levels are 135 - 145 mmol/L (135 - 145 mEq/L). Hypernatremia is generally defined as a serum sodium level of more than 145 mmol/L. Severe symptoms typically only occur when levels are above 160 mmol/L. Hypernatremia is typically classified by a person's fluid status into low volume, normal volume, and high volume. Low volume hypernatremia can occur from sweating, vomiting, diarrhea, diuretic medication, or kidney disease. Normal volume hypernatremia can be due to fever, inappropriately decreased thirst, prolonged increased breath rate, diabetes insipidus, and from lithium among other causes. High volume hypernatremia can be due to hyperaldoste

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Skip to content Generally, hypernatremia do not occur @ Diabetes Insipidus And Hypernatremia Diabetes Destroyed 101 The 3 Step Trick that Reverses Diabetes Permanently in As Little as 11 Days. [ DIABETES Diabetes Insipidus Hypernatremia ::The 3 Step Trick that Reverses Diabetes Permanently in As Little as 11 Days. Hypernatremia information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis. Diabetes Insipidus And Hypernatremia ::The 3 Step Trick that Reverses Diabetes Permanently in As Little as 11 Days. @ Diabetes Insipidus And Hypernatremia Type Ii Diabetes Diet The 3 Step Trick that Reverses Diabetes Permanently in As Little as 11 Days. Hypernatremia results when there is a net water loss or a sodium gain, and it reflects too little water in relation to total body sodium and potassium. Hypernatremia is a common electrolyte problem and is defined as a rise in serum sodium concentration to a value exceeding 145 mmol/L. Management of abnormalities in water homeostasis is frequently challenging. @ Diabetes Insipidus Hypernatremia Diabetes Educator Certification The 3 Step Trick that Reverses Diabetes Permanently Continue reading >>

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  1. LuvToLuvYaBaby

    I am so upset! I am a male and have been a diabetic for 35 years. I just had a lady friend tell me that she would not have sex with me again because she got a yeast infection whenever she had sex with a former boyfriend who was diabetic. I have never heard something so ludicrous! She claims her physician came to that conclusion and will show me the proof. If a doctor said this they are a quack! Or am I the last one to hear about this? What do you all think?

  2. orion

    It is possible for a guy to have a yeast infection and give it to his sex partners. It is also true that having diabetes promotes the growth of yeast and other fungus. It's not true that every diabetic has a yeast infection. Her boy friend should have been treated for yeast and that would have solved the problem.

  3. LuvToLuvYaBaby

    Yes, I agree that anyone could have an infection and pass it on. But she was certain that it was due to him being a diabetic, not that he had some infection that he passed along. I tried to explain that there was no way that being a diabetic could cause a woman a yeast infection, but then she got defensive and said I was calling her a liar. It was only one doctor that gave her this diagnosis and there was no second opinion.

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Central Diabetes Insipidus In Infancy With Or Without Hypothalamic Adipsic Hypernatremia Syndrome: Early Identification And Outcome

Neonatal central diabetes insipidus (CDI) with or without adipsia is a very rare complication of various complex hypothalamic disorders. It is associated with greater morbidity and a high risk of developing both hypernatremia and hyponatremia, due to the condition itself or secondary to treatment with vasopressin analogs or fluid administration. Its outcomes have yet to be evaluated. All patients diagnosed with neonatal CDI in a university hospital-based observational study and followed between 2005 and 2015 were included and analyzed retrospectively. Ten of the 12 patients had an underlying condition with brain malformations: optic nerve hypoplasia (n = 3), septo-optic dysplasia (n = 2), semilobar holoprosencephaly (n = 1), ectopic neurohypophysis (n = 3), and unilateral absence of the internal carotid artery (n = 1). The other two were idiopathic cases. During the median follow-up period of 7.8 (4.9–16.8) years, all but one patient displayed anterior pituitary deficiency. Transient CDI was found in three (25%) patients for whom a posterior pituitary hyperintense signal was observed with (n = 2) and without (n = 1) structural hypothalamic pituitary abnormalities, and with no oth Continue reading >>

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  1. irishteabear

    Hi all.
    I have had type 2 for a while and have found myself slipping in keeping track of my numbers and what I eat. Can someone recommend an app that is compatable with iPhone that has both blood sugar numbers and meals together?
    Thanks!
    Dawn

  2. WayneLuke

    I haven't found one app to track everything yet. I use MyFitnessPal to track meals. MapMyFitness and Fitbit are used to track exercise. Finally, I use Apple Health to track Blood Glucose. You can link MyFitnessPal and MapMyFitness to Apple Health so that their information is imported into Health automatically. For Fitbit, I use a third-party app as a bridge. It is called Health Sync.
    There are also glucose readers that connect to your phone with Bluetooth. These have their own apps.

  3. irishteabear

    Thank you for your reply. I will definitely look into that. I was also noticing a program called Diabetes Pilot that looks promising.

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Skip to content Hypernatremia is most often due to unreplaced water that is lost from the gastrointestinal tract (vomiting or osmotic diarrhea), ... diagnosis, or treatment. Diagnosis of Hypernatremia. DIABETES INSIPIDUS AND HYPERNATREMIA ] The REAL cause of ... Diabetes Diagnosis [email protected] Diabetes Insipidus And Hypernatremia @ Diabetes Insipidus And Hypernatremia Diabetes Diagnosis Medscape The 3 Step Trick that Reverses Diabetes Permanently in As Little as 11 Days. Hypernatremia is most often due to unreplaced water that is lost from the gastrointestinal tract (vomiting or osmotic diarrhea), ... diagnosis, or treatment. @ Nursing Diagnosis For Diabetes Insipidus Diabetes Insipidus Hypernatremia The 3 Step Trick that Reverses Diabetes Permanently in As Little as 11 Days. 3 Diagnosis and treatment of hypernatremia Saif A. Muhsin, MBChB a, David B. Diagnostic approach. DIABETES INSIPIDUS AND HYPERNATREMIA ] The REAL cause of Diabetes ... Diabetes Insipidus And Hypernatremia 5) A diagnosis of diabetes is Hypernatremia is defined as plasma sodium concentration of >145 mEq/L. Hyperosmolality and hypernatremia. @ Diabetes Insipidus Hypernatremia Diagnosing Diabetes The 3 Step Trick th Continue reading >>

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  1. Newbie6

    Hi all,
    I somehow managed to forget to take my lantus last night and whilst my night readings were between 5 and 7, I woke up at 11 and have been hovering around 8 and 9 all day despite upping my novo rapid. I have taken half my usual dose of lantus to see if that helps but should I take my normal dose of lantus tonight or a smaller amount given I've taken half a dose now?
    Can't believe I forgot to take it last night and am now stressing cos I've been between 8 and 11 all day
    Any advice welcome!
    X

  2. sedge

    Well what's your correction rate Neb? Mine if I inject 1u of Novo it brings my meter reading down by 3 so if I were 11 I'd inject 2u for that, but of course as no long-acting I'd probably inject 3u and keep testing.
    Just firefight till bedtime then take your normal dose. And then firefight again till you get up tomorrow. perhaps set the alarm for the middle of the night 'in case'.
    Lantus hardly ever lasts 24 hours .... it sometimes is less and sometimes is more. The less you take, the shorter it lasts, or at least it's probably still there a bit but tails off to a VERY low level quicker.
    In any event. don't actually worry about it all that much - most of us do that from time to time so it ain't just you by any stretch and of course it does tend to make you a bit more vigilant for some time after you do it.
    Until the next time at least ! LOL

  3. Newbie6

    Hi
    I test every couple of hours anyway so like you suggest, am going to keep a close eye through the night. My correction dose for novo rapid is normally 1u of novo rapid brings my sugars down by 1.5/2 ish but today that hasn't applied at all! Feel like I'm having to take lots of novo rapid to correct but then if I forgot my lantus last night that's probably why. Would much rather be low than high right now as worry it will harm the baby even though I'm nearly 37 weeks now.
    Will just keep testing and depending on what my readings are tonight might take a slightly lower dose of lantus?
    X

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