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White Blood Cells In Urine Diabetes

If you don’t have diabetes, you can still feel like crap if your blood sugar spikes or drops, vinaya simha, m.d., an endocrinologist specializing in metabolism and diabetes at the mayo clinic.

Hematuria is a common cause of sediment in your urine. the term itself simply means having blood in your urine. there are various causes of hematuria, including: infection; medications; kidney disease.

Urine: red blood cells and one white blood cell (×400) diabetes insipidus, diabetes mellitus, water intoxication, chronic nephritis, diuretic use: low (oliguria) dehydration, hemorrhage, diarrhea, vomiting, urinary obstruction, or many intrinsic kidney diseases: none (anuria).

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