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Hi all,

Why does a person urinate most during diabetes?
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replied January 17th, 2018
Hello,

Increased urination is certainly one of the early symptoms. If you're concerned I would recommend getting tested and to begin to watch your diet. There are so many options today for diabetes detection. Some you can even do at home.

Early detection is key to managing diabetes if you take proper action.

Hope this helps everyone.

All the best!
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replied March 23rd, 2018
Polyuria is a condition where the body urinates more than usual and passes excessive or abnormally large amounts of urine each time you urinate.

Polyuria is defined as the frequent passage of large volumes of urine - more than 3 litres a day compared to the normal daily urine output in adults of about one to two litres.

It is one of the main symptoms of diabetes (both type 1 and type 2 diabetes) and can lead to severe dehydration, which if left untreated can affect kidney function.

for more details about Diabetes,consult your Doctor now.
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replied August 6th, 2018
When you have diabetes, your body is unable to regulate blood sugar levels. Excess sugar causes more fluids to pass through the kidneys and increases urinary frequency, known as polyuria. Frequent urination is not the only bladder problem that occurs in people with diabetes.

Daily workout can help. Also, include those 21 foods that help in controlling diabetes.
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replied December 10th, 2018
SheebaNutritionist wrote:
Polyuria is a condition where the body urinates more than usual and passes excessive or abnormally large amounts of urine each time you urinate.

Polyuria is defined as the frequent passage of large volumes of urine - more than 3 litres a day compared to the normal daily urine output in adults of about one to two litres.

It is one of the main symptoms of diabetes (both type 1 and type 2 diabetes) and can lead to severe dehydration, which if left untreated can affect kidney function.

for more details about Diabetes,consult your Doctor now.


Following are some of the other symptoms:

Fatigue
Increased thirst and urination
Blurred vision
Unusual weight loss
Numbness in the feet and hands
Increased hunger

If you notice them then instantly book an appointment with your doctor and make a thorough checkup.
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