Diuretics cause a loss of fluid volume in the body. The drop in volume activates compensatory mechanisms

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Diuretics cause a loss of fluid volume in the body. The drop in volume activates compensatory mechanisms to restore the volume, including 

a. Suppression of ADH release and stimulation of the countercurrent mechanism. 

b. Suppression of aldosterone release and increased ADH release. 

c. Activation of the renin–angiotensin–aldosterone system with increased ADH and aldosterone. 

d. Stimulation of the countercurrent mechanism with reflex drop in renin release.

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