Well, the symptoms could be normal or could indicate diabetes or other endocrinal conditions. I would suggest considering a primary evaluation by a pediatrician to be on the safer side.
Hope this is helpful.
I have already taken her to her pediatrician and he sent us to an endocrinologist. Where she has told us after having many test done. That my child has Diabetes insipidus.How ever I still do not under stand what this is. Please explain to me.
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