Diabetes insipidus is an irregular disorder that causes an imbalance of fluids in the body. Instability causes a lot of thirst, even if you have ingested something. It also makes you urinate very often.
Insipid diabetes and mellitus do not resemble each other. Diabetes mellitus, classified as type 1 or 2, is the most common form of diabetes. Currently, the cure for diabetes insipidus has not been achieved. But medications can quench thirst and reduce urination.
• Be exaggerated, causes large amounts of diluted urine, get up frequently at night to urinate, feel the need to drink cold drinks,. If the condition is extreme, diuresis can be up to 19 liters per day if you consume a lot of fluid. Otherwise a healthy adult urinates an average of 1 or 2 liters per day.
An infant who is an insipid diabetic patient may have the following signs and symptoms:
• Wet and heavy diapers, unintentionally urinating, sleep disturbances, fever, vomiting, constipation, growth delay y weightloss.
Female urinary system
Pituitary and hypothalamus
Insipid diabetes disease occurs when the body cannot correctly regulate the body’s fluid levels.
The kidneys separate fluids from the bloodstream. The body can also get rid of excess fluid through sweating, breathing or diarrhea.
If you suffer from diabetes insipidus, the body cannot correctly normalize fluid levels.
Insipid diabetes dependence
Central. It occurs from damage to the pituitary gland or the hypothalamus due to surgery. In addition to swelling, a head injury or illness can cause central diabetes insipidus. This disrupts the usual production, storage and release of the antidiuretic hormone. But also, hereditary disease can cause central diabetes.
Nephrogenic This type of diabetes is manifested by a defect in the renal tubules.
The defect may be due to a chronic genetic or renal disorder. There are also antiviral medications that can induce nephrogenic diabetes insipidus.
Insipid gestational. This type of diabetes is very rare. This diabetes is suffered by pregnant women when an enzyme produced by the placenta destroys the mother’s antidiuretic hormone.
Dipsogenic diabetes insipidus can cause the production of large quantities of diluted urine. The underlying cause is to drink an excessive amount of fluids.
Insipid diabetes can cause dehydration. Dehydration can cause dry mouth, skin elasticity problems, extreme thirst, fatigue and electrolyte imbalance.
The imbalance of minerals in the blood such as sodium and potassium are caused by diabetes insipidus. They also maintain the balance of fluids in the body.