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Query about water retention in the body - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Kidney Conditions
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Doctor :   Hi,
User :   Helloo
User :   Umm
User :   I just drank 2 litres of water...
Doctor :   ok,
User :   will my body be able to handle it?
Doctor :   yes,
User :   How much water can my kidneys take?
Doctor :   the filtering in the kidney will fasten and urine will be formed soon
Doctor :   the water you drink do not go directly to the kidneys
Doctor :   first gets absorbed ibto the blood as the blood volume increases the blood pressure varies then it is sensed by the kindneys in order to maintain the BOP the kidneys filter faster
Doctor :   BP*
User :   Umm should I worry about the about of sodium
User :   in my body?
User :   Or is it fine?
Doctor :   no, the balance will be maintained
Doctor :   only the water will be let out
Doctor :   need not worry
User :   My kidneys feel a bit weirdd
User :   thats normall too right lol?
Doctor :   Why do you say so ?
User :   I feel it against my back
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