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1st time gout, prescribed indomethacin (25 mg 3-per day). was told to stop when symptom alleviate. When stop, the symptom back. Been 3 wks. Wht to do?
See details: How do you know it is gout? Was the joint aspirated and crystals found.? Was the joint at the base of the great toe involved? If it is gout, Indomethacin should be continued until the attack totally resolves. Then a combination of Colcrys and Allopurinol started to normalize serum uric acid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Taking indomethacin & colchicines for gout, 10 years. Doctor recommends allopurinol. Says once I start allopurinol, I have to stay on it for life & that I can’t stop taking it. Is this true?
NO CONTRAINDICATIONS: Yes : no contraindications with this combo ...Read more
Probably OK: Drug expiration dates reflect the time of proved safety and effectiveness. In almost all cases, the drug remains potent and safe for much longer (often many years), if it hasn't been exposed to high heat for long periods (like a car's glove compartment in summer). It's always safest to use drugs before the experiation date, but most likely the expired indomethacin will work just fine. ...Read more
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