Water diabetes related to kidney stones?

Last August I had a kidney stone, and i was 16. I have always had to pee multiple times a day and throughout the night. The past week i have been having bad stomach pains and today i woke up and was vomiting and having diarrhea. Then i had to pee quite often and the past three times have been completely clear. No sign of any color at all. And i have not even drank a whole bottle of water today.

My signs say that it could be diabetes insipidus? Im only 18. Is that possible?

  1. clock, 06 May, 2010

    Hi Staph,

    Diabetes Insipidus is a very rare condition. I have worked as a Registered Nurse for more that thirty years and I have never come across a single patient with with diabetes insipidus. I have looked after patients with Graves disease, GB and MS.

    You have rightly pointed out that you have frequency of micturation related to kidney stones. This is, most likely, the cause of your frequency of micturation.

    Other factors which influence frequency and amount of micturation include environmental temperature, your salt intake, the state of your fluid balance, kidney function, heart function, UTIs etc.

    You can do some basic urine test and be 100 % certain that you are not suffering from DI. Go to the attached linek, read it and it may make you feel better.

    http://healthmad.com/conditions-and-diseases/importance-of-urine-analysis/

  2. Claud Casgrove, 27 November, 2010

    Good day I enjoyed your post. I believe that it’s important when talking about diabetes to at least point out natural therapies that have been shown to be efficient in managing high blood sugar. Several natural herbs can be including in a diabetics routine that will help keep a healthy glucose level.

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