How to Cure Diabetes Insipidus

When an individual is suffering from the diabetes insipidus, then the person has an urge to urinate at the abnormal rate. This may also include waking up in the mid-night to go to bathroom or bed wetting. Other symptoms include high fluid intake and extreme thirst. Due to excess intake of fluids, diabetes insipidus patients will have clear urine rather light yellow color.


Following are some instructions for curing diabetes insipidus:

  • First detect the type of diabetes that you are suffering from. Diabetes insipidus is of four types: Dispogenic diabetes insipidus, nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, gestational diabetes insipidus and pituitary diabetes insipidus. Gestational diabetes insipidus occurs during the pregnancy while pituitary diabetes insipidus is caused due to hormonal imbalance. Dispogenic diabetes insipidus is associated with abnormal functioning of brain and nephrogenic diabetes insipidus is due to medications use, kidney disease or genetics.
  • Undergo hormonal treatment with the drugs called DDAVP or desmopressin. Urine output is eliminated by using this drug and is also used for curing dispogenic diabetes , pituitary diabetes and gestational diabetes insipidus.
  • Use anti-diuretic medicines. These anti-diuretic medicines are given to prevent dehydration.
  • Do not use medicines which cause the disease. For instance, nephrogenic diabetes is caused due to intake of certain drugs like lithium. For curing this condition an alternative drug therapy is suggested by the health care provider.
  • Match fluid intake with fluid output. Medical professional recommends you to drink excess water to match the amount you urinate. This helps to restore the balance in the body and also prevents dehydration.
  • Wait till delivery for curing gestational diabetes. This occurs during pregnancy and it disappears after 4 -6 weeks of delivery.
  • Wear a medical alert bracelet or always carry a medical alert card in the wallet such that in medical emergency, a doctor recognizes immediately for your need of special treatment.

1 response to How to Cure Diabetes Insipidus

  1. I have suffered from frequent urination in large volumes, filling up my bladder very quickly. My bladder was so overactive that I could be in the bathroom one minute and then have a full bladder of dilute, nearly clear urine 15 minutes later. Over time it got worse. I needed to keep drinking lots of fluids to replace that, or I would get dehydration headaches. I found out by accident that the Dr. Schulze Kidney Detox was the thing that would fix this. I have undergone so much social and financial suffering for this problem and I would like someone to know. After this cleanse, I am able to hold my bladder, the urine excreted is yellow – not clear – and I can hold my bladder 1 to 3 hours. I can also now tolerate 8 glasses of water per day without bringing on Diabetes Insipidus and its complications, one of which was rapid heartbeat. This was one of the many complications of having a fluid disorder. The explanation behind my condition was that of having kidney filtering mechanisms that were clogged with mineral salts, sugars, fibers, parasites, and other miscellaneous gunk. I know what is and was in my urine because I have a microscope. Now that I have done this cleanse three times, I have the ability to take a long phone call, go shopping, take a drive to a city that is over two hours long – and ACTUALLY HOLD MY BLADDER!!!! IF YOU HAVE KIDNEY CONCERNS OR YOU HAVE NEPHROGENIC DIABETES INSIPIDUS, URINALYSIS WILL PROBABLY COME UP NORMAL (personal experience, three times normal urinalysis, one had low specific gravity, that’s all). THOSE WHO HAVE NEPHROGENIC DIABETES INSIPIDUS I would say: RENAL FUNCTION TEST. Either your kidneys are functioning or they aren’t. Which is it? My Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus was the same thing as having impaired kidneys. Watch out for Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR), Creatinine, Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)