Diabetes Symptom---Excessive Urination

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kidneycare Posted: Tue, Jan 15 2013 4:08 AM

One typical symptom of diabetes is excessive urination especially at nights. Sometimes daily urine output can be up to 3000-5000ml while normally it should be 1000-1500ml.

High concentration of blood glucose can not be fully used by the body and will be leaked from the kidneys and discharged into urine. The higher blood sugar level is, the more sugar will be discharged in urine and more urine will be produced, as a result, patients will always feel thirsty and drink a lot of water. Other symptoms that often accompany with excessive urination and water intake are dry mouth, sticky tongue, etc. read more about diabetes and excessive urination

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