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Re: [IPk] Lack of urine

Hi Diane

Thanks Diane.  What you say is interesting.  The statins article made me 
look up kidneys (kidney failure) and I found this.  I have several of the 
symptoms but they could be caused by different reasons.


It will be interesting to see what others say.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Diana Maynard" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2006 12:37 PM
Subject: Re: [IPk] Lack of urine

> Hi June
> I tend to be like you during the day (though not quite as extreme, I maybe 
> go 2-3 times during the whole day, and then during the night I almost 
> always have to go at least once! My legs in particular do tend to swell up 
> during the day and then go back down again during the night.  Especially 
> in summer.
> I've often wondered if this could be kidney related too.
> Di
> June Searle wrote:
>>Has anyone experienced hardly going to the loo to pass urine.  I keep
>>wondering if it could be kidneys.  I go once in the morning, once at night 
>>once in the middle of the night.  I certainly don't pass much on any 
>>I mentioned this to a doctor a long time ago and he did a daily total 
>>count on
>>what I drink and what I pass and said it was OK.  I think it is worse now 
>>than then.
>>I drink 8 large mugs of tea or chocolate per day and have loads of fruit, 
>>soya on porridge.  Surely this is enough and would produce more.  Where 
>>it go?
>>I have been brooding on this for a while and notices kidney references 
>>reading the statin articles.  Could this have any connection?  Any help 
>>be appreciated before I go to the doctor again.
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