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Diabetes


Diabetes is a metabolic disorder which results in
1. excessive thirst
2. excessive urine production.

At some point in our lives, we all will have days when we will drink larger quantities of water and urinate more than normal. This, of course, doesn't mean we hvae diabetes, as many other factors affect how much urine the kidneys produce.

Excess salts, water and other substances in the diet can quickly increase urine output. The difference here, is that theses are more or less temporary states, returning the body towards homeostasis. However, excessive thirst and urination on a daily basis in an unchanging fashion or for no obvious reason requires investigation.

Type I Diabetes

Type II Diabetes


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