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From baby to Baby!… Gestational Diabetes Insipidus

gestational diabetes insipidus

Share As the name suggests, diabetes insipidus, which occurs post- partum or during pregnancy, is termed Gestational. Experts believe that this diabetes occurs because of excess production/impaired clearance of vasopressinase. The placenta in mothers-to-be produces vasopressinase which is responsible for breaking up the antidiuretic hormone (ADH). Unlike other forms of Diabetes Insipidus, this gestational diabetes is treated with desmopressin. Vasopressin …

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Urine Is Not A Word, It’s A Responsibility. Diabetes Insipidus.

Diabetes Insipidus

ShareDiabetes Insipidus, a far more rare disease than diabetes mellitus, has very little or nothing to do with sugar, though it is called diabetes. Only three in a hundred thousand people, in the general population, suffer from this disease.  The patient suffers from excessive thirst and the urine excreted is extremely diluted. No matter how much or how often you …

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Neck To Neck On Merit, Just Different Animals. Diabetes Insipidus and Mellitus.

Share EVERYTHING! The two conditions are entirely different in cause and effect. The point of similarity is the word “diabetes” because in both cases the patient produces copious amounts of urine and so suffers from Polyuria. The mechanics of the disease, its cause, effects and the organs affected are different. Insipidus is the body’s problem with producing an antidiuretic hormone or …

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