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RE: [IP] 24 hr urine test questions



we had a nice sized bucket which we filled with some ice and cold water to
put the jug in. Here in GA it really never gets that cold..:)
Ginny

At 10:30 PM 06/04/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>Ginny,
>
>I've been told that, too.  Once a year.  The best time of year is in the
>winter when you can leave the "jug" outside, rather than in the
>refrigerator.  Not too appetizing!  As far as color and amount, I don't
>know.
>
>Angie
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: email @ redacted [mailto:email @ redacted]On Behalf Of
>Ginny Kloth
>Sent: Sunday, June 04, 2000 6:18 PM
>To: email @ redacted
>Subject: Re: [IP] 24 hr urine test questions
>
>I am in the middle of a 24 hr urine test..I have never had one done before.
>How much is usually collected? and what can they tell by it? Does color
>mean anything? I have to take it in and then also have blood work for
>creatinine and other things when I drop it off. What will it show the
>doctor if it isn't normal?
>Thanks for answers in advance. I have just a good new CDE..I never have had
>one of these done before.just a urine stick and she explained that the
>stick dip doesn;t tell the whole story. And that all people with diabetes
>should have a 24 hr urine test once a year unless there are problems that
>show up. I don't ususally go that much even though i drink alot of water.
>Is that bad?
>Thanks!
>Ginny
>
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