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Increasing Urine Output in Dialysis Patient

In some cases, dialysis patients may experience increase urine output. What does it mean? Is it a good sign or bad sign? Read on and find the answer that may be helpful to manage a better kidney.

What causes the increasing urine output in dialysis patient?

Many causes may cause increase urine output in dialysis patient. Here are some factors for your information.


It is more common for dialysis patients to develop infections than others.Since dialysis patients have a weakened immune system and the dialysis process involves entering the bloodstream, there is an increased risk for acquiring a bloodstream infection. When urinary tract system is affected with infection, you may increase urine output.


Swellings are the common symptom for dialysis patients. In normal condition, kidneys can help remove the excessive water in the body. When kidneys are diseased, the extra fluids will build up in the kidneys, causing swellings. To control the swelling, some medications, such as diuretic, will be used to increase the urine output. Thereby, your increasing urine output may relate to medications use.

Diabetes Insipidus

Diabetes is a leading cause for Kidney Failure. In most cases, Diabetes insipidus is the result of your body not properly producing, storing or releasing a key hormone, but diabetes insipidus (DI) can also occur when your kidneys are unable to respond properly to that hormone. Rarely, diabetes insipidus can occur during pregnancy (gestational diabetes insipidus).

Occasional Events

Other causes may also be responsible for increasing urine output in dialysis patients. For example, over-intake of water, which not only refers to the water consumption, but also relates to the foods rich in fluids, such as Celery seed (and plant), Parsley, Dandelion, Juniper berries, Asparagus, Artichoke, Melon, Watercress etc.

Have you found the cause for your increasing urine output? If not, share your details with us and we are glad to offer a guidance for you.

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