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What does the latest article in the Journal of the American Medical Association say about Urea for the treatment of SIADH?

The article “Use of Urea for the Syndrome of Inappropriate Secretion of Antidiuretic Hormone and Systematic Review” was published in JAMA open in October 2023.  This was a large review of 23 separate studies involving 537 patients with SIADH, one… Read More »What does the latest article in the Journal of the American Medical Association say about Urea for the treatment of SIADH?

I heard all UreaAide products are independent laboratory tested but what does that actually mean?

Caveat emptor, the concept that the buyer alone is responsible for checking the quality of a product before purchasing it, is especially crucial when considering medical foods, supplements or vitamins. This is particularly true in the United States as the… Read More »I heard all UreaAide products are independent laboratory tested but what does that actually mean?

What is Primary Polydipsia, aka Psychogenic Polydipsia aka Compulsive water drinking? 

Primary polydipsia (formerly known as psychogenic polydipsia) is a condition characterized by excessive thirst and drinking large amounts of water.  Primary polydipsia is most often seen in people with underlying psychiatric disorders.  A study in 20 psychotic patients from the… Read More »What is Primary Polydipsia, aka Psychogenic Polydipsia aka Compulsive water drinking? 

What exactly is SIADH?

SIADH stands for the Syndrome of Inappropriate Anti-Diuretic Hormone secretion.  What that means is your body is secreting an excess of the hormone that causes a concentrated urine.  This concentrated urine will in turn not allow the body to excrete… Read More »What exactly is SIADH?

Urea for the treatment of SIADH: a review of the article in Nature Scientific reports from June 2022. 

In June 2022 a nice retrospective analysis was published, documenting 48 patients diagnosed with SIADH/Hyponatremia. The study period took place from November 2015 until April 2022. The most common causes of SIADH were cancer, followed by medications and idiopathic. The… Read More »Urea for the treatment of SIADH: a review of the article in Nature Scientific reports from June 2022.