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Tired Of Gout Attacks Any Cure
Control is possible: You need an evaluation to define the correct diagnosis and if it is gout you need long term therapy to lower the uric acid in your blood - ideally below 6 mg. Life style changes may also help. While anti-inflammatory medications can stop acute attacks, and Colchicine can help prevent attacks and sometimes used to treat acute attacks - you need urate lowering therapy long term. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have gout. I was prescribed indomethacin. It works wonders, but i think it may be causing vision changes and tiredness. I am also on sertraline (just upped from 50mg-100), allopurinol and vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine). Suggestions?
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