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Decreased Urination

Alternate Names : Oliguria, Decreased Urine Production

Decreased Urination | Symptoms & Signs | Diagnosis & Tests | Prevention & Expectations | Treatment & Monitoring

What are the signs and symptoms of the condition?

To determine the cause of the decreased urination, a healthcare provider may ask questions such as:

  • when the condition started
  • whether it started suddenly or gradually
  • what the urine looks like, such as a darker color than usual
  • whether there is any family history of decreased urination
  • how much urine the person thinks he or she is producing each day
  • how often the person has the urge to urinate
  • what other medical conditions the person has
  • what medicines or drugs the person takes
  • what other symptoms the person has
  • Other types of questions may also be asked.

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    Decreased Urination: Diagnosis & Tests

    Author: Adam Brochert, MD
    Reviewer: Melissa Sanders, PharmD
    Date Reviewed: 06/07/01

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