What Causes Nocturia in Diabetes?
If you have high glucose level, your body needs to excrete the excess glucose through urination. When this happens, more sugar tends to appear in the urine and this simulates an added volume of urine to be produced.
If you have persistent high blood sugar, you are at high risk of developing Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). As mentioned above, UTI is one of the causes of nocturia.
Diabetes insipidus is another specific type of diabetes. This condition is not directly linked to abnormal blood glucose levels, however it is often linked to nocturia.