Desmopressin is a hormone taken through the nose, by mouth, or given by injection to prevent or control the frequent urination, increased thirst, and loss of water associated with diabetes insipidus (water diabetes). It is used also to control bed-wetting and frequent urination and increased thirst associated with c... continue
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Low sodium after surgery
I just had my prolactinoma removed on October 30th and the day after surgery my sodium levels actually rose and I developed diabetes insipidus. Thoug... [More]
Addisons....we are Orphans.
My name is Trisha Mowles. I am 58 years old, and I was born being aware of rare and orphan diseases. I was born with, what was considered a rare disea... [More]
New here - new to COPD
Actually, lung cancer is considered a rare cause of SIADH, so Jean doesn't need to panic and demand unnecessary testing. And given that the patient h... [More]
Ok folks - I really need help with this one
My gs wet during the night. He was on DDAVP for a year and then went off of it. So far no accidents after 3 months! [More]
Post surgery symptoms??
Get it checked out. Daughter had DI bad for 10 days after surgery. Treated with DDAVP for a few months before it finally worked itself out to norma... [More]