I am 64 why am i peeing more than i am drinking
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replied February 17th, 2019
Well there are many reasons for such a presentation. The differential include diabetes insipidus Urinary tract infection Psychogenic polydipsia diabetes mellitus and interstitial cystitis. It needs to be determined whether there is a significant difference between the input and output and work up can be devised accordingly on those lines.


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