After long sepecting i had kidney disease, todays blood test results showed the all clear for kindey/liver/urine. Which is strange as they don't seem like their working properly. If i so much as eat an egg, urine output extreases dramatically, breathing tightens and a breakout in light upper chest pain (Liver area) sets in.
And all this started when i started taking a protein supplement, which i stopped when symptoms came.
Exsessive/EXTREME Urine output.(Especially after protein) No blood
Slight Diarrhea every other day.
Slight pain in upperchest (Liver/heart area) mainly after mealtimes/snacks.
Tight Breathing (mainly after mealtimes/snacks).
I have no allergies, take no drugs and do not drink.
3. try eliminating the protein for a day or two and see if the symptoms susbside
I would probably rule out diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is hallmarked by the "3 Ps" polydyspsia (excessive thirst), polyphagia (excessive hunger), and polyuria (excessive urination)...you do not have the first two good luck!!
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