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Please watch: "BOMB For Diabetes, Cholesterol, Infections And More | Diabetes BOMB" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PM00S... --~-- Watch DIABETES INSIPIDUS- Learn about the illness DIABETES INSIPIDUS- Natural Cures for DIABETES INSIPIDUS --------- Diabetes insipidus Vasopressin Specialty Endocrinology Symptoms Large amounts of dilute urine, increased thirst[1] Complications Dehydration, seizures[1] Usual onset Any age[2][3] Types Central, nephrogenic, dipsogenic, gestational[1] Causes Depends on the type[1] Diagnostic method Urine tests, blood tests, fluid deprivation test[1] Differential diagnosis Diabetes mellitus[1] Diabetes insipidus (DI) is a condition characterized by large amounts of dilute urine and increased thirst. The amount of urine produced can be nearly 20 liters per day.[ Reduction of fluid has little effect on the concentration of the urine.[1] Complications may include dehydration or seizures.[1] There are four types of DI, each with a different set of causes.] Central DI (CDI) is due to a lack of the hormone vasopressin(antidiuretic hormone).] This can be due to damage to the hypothalamus or pituitary gland or genetics Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus (NDI) occurs

Diabetes Insipidus In Children

Diabetes insipidus is a condition that results from insufficient production of the antidiuretic hormone (ADH), or vasopressin, a hormone that helps the kidneys and body conserve the correct amount of water. Normally,ADH controls the kidneys' output of urine. It is secreted by the hypothalamus (a small gland located at the base of the brain),stored in the pituitary gland, and then released into the bloodstream. ADH is secreted to decrease the amount of urine output so that dehydration does not occur. Diabetes insipidus, however, causes excessive production of very diluted urine and excessive thirst. The disease is categorized into groups: Central diabetes insipidus.An insufficient production or secretion of ADH; can be a result of damage to the hypothalamus orpituitary gland caused by head injuries, genetic disorders, and other diseases. Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus.A lack of kidney response to normal levels of ADH can be caused by drugs or chronic disorders, such as kidney failure, sickle cell disease, or polycystic kidney disease. It can also be genetic. Diabetes insipidus can be caused by several conditions, including the following: Malfunctioning hypothalamus (that produces t Continue reading >>

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  1. Helman

    "Hey OP sorry I didn't read through the thread so not sure if anyone mentioned this but I used to take regular metformin 500mg 2x per day but like you I would be on and off cause it literally made me so sick and tired. But recently my new doctor recommended metformin extended release. I swear it's been a life changer for me. I take 500 mg per day and I've been losing weight and it doesn't make me feel sick at all! I've also been taking biotin simultaneously which has increased my overall mood and energy, not to mention my hair and nails have been growing too!"

  2. smayruss

    "Hi, I've been on Metformin off and on for years. I had no idea it was supposed to help with weight. Honestly, when I was diagnosed with PCOS in 2009 my doctor made it sound like I just needed to lose weight and it would go away. I was also 21 and had no idea how to advocate for myself. When I walked out of the Dr.s office I thought I was informed on everything I needed to know. So as I'm reading these posts I'm shocked! I've been sitting at 220lb for years. I do Crossfit, I eat well and my job is very active. I naively got off of Metformin because of the nausea and bowel discomfort I was experiencing. I've never given it more than a month. I started taking it again 3 days ago. 850mg twice a day. I'm encouraged and hope to see some changes"

  3. Jessica81213

    "I have been on metformin for 6 months at 500mg and I've only lost 7 pounds. First off, I'm 5'9 and 152 pounds. I started at 159 pounds. My goal is to get to 140lb and get pregnant considering that's what my doctor suggested. I have tried everything to loose weight, I literally ate lettuce and excercised like crazy prior to trying metformin, nothing worked. I even looked at liposuction. I didn't have any diarrhea, sometimes when I ate too much I felt nauseous on the medication. However, the medicine helps curb your appetite. I barely ate anything. Maybe I had eggs in the morning, no bread. Lunch soup with salad and at night nuts and yogurt. I can't believe I only lost 7 pounds. I'm still NOT pregnant, yet I do I have regular periods."

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Genetics And Diagnosis Of Central Diabetes Insipidus - Sciencedirect

Volume 73, Issue 2 , April 2012, Pages 117-127 Genetics and diagnosis of central diabetes insipidusGntique et diagnostic du diabte insipide central Author links open overlay panel Daniel G.Bichet Get rights and content Most of the central diabetes insipidus cases seen in general practice are acquired but the rare cases of hereditary autosomal dominant or recessive neurohypophyseal diabetes insipidus have provided further cellular understanding of the mechanisms responsible for pre-hormone folding, maturation and release. Autosomal dominant central diabetes insipidus is secondary to the toxic accumulation of vasopressin mutants as fibrillar aggregates in the endoplasmic reticulum of hypothalamic magnocellular neurons producing vasopressin. As well, Trpv1/ and Trpv4/ mice have shed new light on the perception of tonicity through the stretch receptors TRPVs expressed both in central and peripheral neurons. The genomic information provided by sequencing the AVP gene is key to the routine care of these patients and, as in other genetic diseases, reduces health costs and provides psychological benefits to patients and families. In addition, simple, inexpensive blood and urine measuremen Continue reading >>

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  1. PinkGrapefruit

    These are made out of soya beans (edamame beans) and I think they are really good.
    They are a cross between pasta and noodles (so perfect for both). They have a really good rubbery texture, and the flavour is mild and pleasant.
    They take 5 min to cook in boiled salted water. They don't stick together like pasta and noodles.
    I've tried these, and the black bean ones (which are really good too).
    The (green) edamame bean ones come in at 13.1g of carbs per 100g.
    You get 200g in a packet, and for me that's enough for 5-6 portions (you don't need much - they really swell up and are very filling).
    http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/sh...rganic-gluten-free-edamame-spaghetti-60021843

  2. Radders

    PinkGrapefruit said: ↑
    These are made out of soya beans (edamame beans) and I think they are really good.
    They are a cross between pasta and noodles (so perfect for both). They have a really good rubbery texture, and the flavour is mild and pleasant.
    They take 5 min to cook in boiled salted water. They don't stick together like pasta and noodles.
    I've tried these, and the black bean ones (which are really good too).
    The (green) edamame bean ones come in at 13.1g of carbs per 100g.
    You get 200g in a packet, and for me that's enough for 5-6 portions (you don't need much - they really swell up and are very filling).
    http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/sh...rganic-gluten-free-edamame-spaghetti-60021843
    Click to expand... Seconded! One of your five a day as well. I tried the mung bean version as well.

  3. Martin Canty

    That's so funny, the wife got some in Costco last weekend..... Never heard of them before

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Omim Entry - # 304800 - Diabetes Insipidus, Nephrogenic, X-linked

DIABETES INSIPIDUS, NEPHROGENIC, X-LINKED - X-linked recessive [SNOMEDCT: 203592006 ] [UMLS: C1279481 , C1845977 HPO: HP:0001419 ] [HPO: HP:0001419 UMLS: C1845977 ] - Short stature [SNOMEDCT: 422065006 , 237837007 , 237836003 ] [ICD10CM: R62.52 , E34.3 ] [ICD9CM: 783.43 ] [UMLS: C0013336 , C0349588 , C2237041 , C2919142 HPO: HP:0004322 , HP:0003510 ] [HPO: HP:0004322 UMLS: C0349588 ] - Failure to thrive [SNOMEDCT: 54840006 , 433476000 , 432788009 ] [ICD10CM: R62.51 ] [ICD9CM: 783.41 ] [UMLS: C2315100 , C0015544 , C3887638 HPO: HP:0001508 ] [HPO: HP:0001508 UMLS: C0231246 , C2315100 ] - Polydipsia [SNOMEDCT: 17173007 , 267026004 ] [ICD10CM: R63.1 ] [ICD9CM: 783.5 ] [UMLS: C0085602 HPO: HP:0001959 ] [HPO: HP:0001959 UMLS: C0085602 ] - Polyuria [SNOMEDCT: 28442001 , 718402002 , 56574000 ] [ICD10CM: R35 , R35.8 ] [ICD9CM: 788.42 ] [UMLS: C0032617 HPO: HP:0000103 ] [HPO: HP:0000103 UMLS: C0032617 ] - Lower urinary tract dilatation may occur over time [UMLS: C1844656 ] - Seizures [SNOMEDCT: 91175000 ] [ICD10CM: R56.9 ] [ICD9CM: 780.3 ] [UMLS: C0036572 HPO: HP:0001250 ] [HPO: HP:0001250 UMLS: C0014544 , C0036572 ] - Mental retardation can occur in patients with repeated episodes of dehyd Continue reading >>

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  1. oxmoore

    How can I stop the diarrhea caused by metformin?

    I was just diagnosed with diabetes. Last week my doctor prescribed metformin to me. I take one 500mg pill two times a day. I have been having diarrhea about 2 hours after each dose. Is this normal and will it go away? I, also, take lisinopril for blood pressure and a baby aspirin for heart protection.

  2. SU suzanne66

    The most common side-effects of Metformin are feeling sick, diarrhea and abdominal pain. These symptoms do not usually last long.
    If the side effects do not settle or become bothersome talk with your doctor.
    Your dose may need to be reduced to allow your body to adjust.
    Your doctor may consider switching you to an slow-release medication which may reduce diarrhea, because smaller amounts are absorbed over the day rather than hitting your system all at once.
    Make sure you take metformin just after a meal or with a snack.

  3. SH

    I take slow release metformin and I still suffer from dreadful diarrhea. I am getting very depressed about this it is making me feel ill.

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