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Frequent urination night
My husband has had problems with awakening multiple times during the night to urinate...for many years now. He is 68 years old, vegetarian, no smoking, no drinking, very regulated. He has had multiple tests done all showing normal results, PSA, blood sugar, colonoscopy and has tried many natural (herbal) and allopathic remedies. Recently we have run into information online about "diabetes Insipidus"' where there is a lack of the ADH hormone. Are there any doctors in Delhi that are familiar with this condition? It seems that a synthetic hormone is prescribed that easily fixes the problem...
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Hello..... Urine examination and blood electrolytes examination is required for diagnosis.. More water loss with increased electrolytes in blood will be there in diabetes insipidus with uncontrolled ADH harmone secretion... Consult general physician in nearest hospital.
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