Vasopressinis Used to Treat Diabetes Insipidus

Vasopressin is a human-made (synthetic) hormone called "anti-diuretic hormone" that is usually secreted by the pituitary gland located in the brain. Vasopressin acts on kidneys and blood vessels. Vasopressin increases blood pressure by narrowing blood vessels. It improves symptoms of diabetes insipidus like reducing the frequency of urination.
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