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Polyuria is a condition characterized by an excessive production of urine, resulting in an increased frequency of urination. It can be caused by a number of different factors, including underlying medical conditions, medications, and lifestyle factors.
One common cause of polyuria is diabetes mellitus, a chronic condition that affects the way the body uses blood sugar. In people with diabetes, high levels of blood sugar can lead to the production of excess urine, as the body tries to flush out the excess sugar through the kidneys. This can lead to increased thirst and an increased frequency of urination, as well as other symptoms such as fatigue, weight loss, and blurred vision.