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[IP] diabetes insipidus

Does anyone know the answer to this? The organizations for diabetes 
insipidus say that gestation diabetes is a form of diabetes insipidus. But 
if that were the case, the urine lost would not have a high glucose content 
(because diabetes insipidus is not diabetes mellitus where there is a 
spilling of glucose)

"Gestagenic, also known as gestational is also caused by a deficiency of 
the antidiuretic hormone, vasopressin, that occurs only during  pregnancy."

Or... are there two forms of gestational diabetes.
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