Diabetes Insipidus | Symptoms


What are the symptoms of diabetes insipidus?

The symptoms of diabetes insipidus include extreme thirst and excessive urination. In a normal adult, the average amount of urine is 1.6 to 2.6 quarts per day. People who have diabetes insipidus may urinate up to 16 quarts a day. They may also have to get up frequently during the night to urinate, and may even wet the bed.

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Reviewed/Updated: 02/14
Created: 09/00