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20 yr old peeing for days, then had a vasovagal reaction?

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So my friend back in Puerto Rico have been peeing without stopping for days. She is a 20 years old female. She went to hospital last Sunday but the doctors found her fine and discharged her from the hospital. Here is the thing she continued releasing fluids out of her urinary tract and her family decide to put her adults diapers. Today she went to the bathroom and had a vasovagal reaction and when the paramedics get to the house she was without vital signs but they resurrect her. Any thoughts about what is happening to her? I know that there is good doctors in Puerto Rico but any external help will be appreciate it. Thanks and sorry for my english.


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replied March 6th, 2011
Urinary and Bladder Disorders Answer A20393
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out. From the symptoms that you have described, it looks like hypovolumic shock. Hypo means low and volemic means volume. It is shock due to water loss which is caused due to sudden lack of fluid within the body.

This causes sudden increased heart rate and respiration and low blood pressure. Your friend needed immediate hospitalization so that her life could be saved. Now a through panel of investigations including blood tests, urine tests, CT scan abdomen and kidney function tests need to be done. Diabetes insipidus also needs immediate evaluation. It is characterized by excessive thirst (polydipsia) and the excretion of enormous quantities of dilute urine (polyuria).

I hope it helps. Take care and regards.


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