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Ruling out Diabetes insipidus
@daphne47, I see that your investigation continues from the previous discussion you posted here:
– Urine Osmolality Test https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/in-line-for-the-kidney-doc/
I added your post about ruling out diabetes insipidus to the Diabetes group as well as the Kidney & Bladder group so that others may weigh in. It sounds like you've already done some online searching for answers. But it case you didn't see these resources, here are some articles on diabetes insipidus:
– Diabetes insipidus – Symptoms and causes – Mayo Clinic: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/diabetes-insipidus/symptoms-causes/syc-20351269
– Diabetes Insipidus: https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/kidney-disease/diabetes-insipidus
Have the doctors investigated the possible relationship of your symptoms to lithium toxicity?
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Thank you Colleen for integrating everything. Im hoping the specialist will give me some answers on whether its related to Lithium, or anything else. My lithium levels have always been normal, but Im not sure if that matters via long term dosing. My psych dr just told me to go to a gp or other to seek out, had no other info. So, no, no one has really told me anything.
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