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Why Lentils And Not Other Beans Should Be Avoided When Your Uric Acid Is High
Does lettuce, tomato, beans, apple, cabbage, broccoli contain uric acid? My doctor said to control it for pain in my left heel joint. Thanks for your
Diet and gout: Tart cherry juice is effective; avoid organ meats; fatty meats and alcohol will aggravate gout. Avoid these. Also, drink at least 3 liters fluid per day - this may enhance uric acid excretion - and if you incline your diet successfully to mostly whole grain, fruit, and veggies, using egg white for protein, then your uric acid levels will come down. ...Read more
Dear sir, my age is 46 for the past 10 years my uric acid is high in6.5.To.7.2, but no gout symptoms, iam an social drinker, is it dangerous.
Slight rise in urate: Yes, but mild risks only. To do /- avoid alcohol, animal fats, organ meats, anchovies, sardines, tuna, salmon, and shellfish. Limit other meats to 4 oz per day. Avoid high fructose corn syrup containing drinks and foods. Add egg whites, quinoa, soy as protein. Eat lots of citrus fruit and veggies. Drink 3 liters per day ...Read more
I workout at the gym every day. I take protein supplements and 10 egg whites and skimmed milk for protein. My uric acid is high. How to reduce it.
No you need treat!: Elevated uric acid can lead to "gouty nephropathy, " over years. Hyperuricemia is also an independent risk factor heart disease. Even without gout, I believe evidence is sound that uric acid levels should be lowered to 6 mg/dl. By the way gout itself is the result of chronic elevated ua. ...Read more
Not by itself: High uric acid, by itself, cannot damage joints. If and when it causes gouty arthritis can joint damage result. This type of arthritis may manifest in many different ways, from the solitary attack to multiple attacks and chronic arthritis over time. High uric acid, again, may be harmless, or it can also cause kidney problems, so get a urinalysis and kidney function tests to be on the safe side. ...Read more
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Uncooked corn-starch (UCCS) has been the mainstay of therapy for the hepatic glycogen storage diseases. You'd want to start formula with what a pediatric endocrinologist suggests is the best.
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but the reports I've seen say you also need supplemental glucose carefully formulated into the soy milk ...Read more
Not really: The two issues are unrelated.Get a more detailed answer ›
If your creatinine level becomes 1.7 because of high uric acid and gout and also because of dehydration. What should you do?
See details: I agree that kidney impairment with gout occurs after many years of uncontrolled disease. However, if you have gout you need to be on Allopurinol and just not colchicine. You must lower your serum uric acid under 6 mg/dl to prevent kidney stones, loss of kidney function, joint damage and other issues related to gout. ...Read more
I've had a high creatinine of 1.09, 1.11, 1.13.my bun /creatinine ratio is 10. Also I HAVE HIGH URIC ACID. WHAT DOES THIS ALL MEAN?
Serum creatinine: Serum creatinine reflects balance between muscle mass and kidney excretion. Serum creatinine is an indicator of renal excretion efficiency. Creat excretion depends upon blood flow delivered per min, blood filtration, nephron number and patency, ureter drainage, and bladder void. Creat of 1-1.2 is high for your age and gender. Mild impairment in one or some of the above exists. High uric acid: same ...Read more
How can one reduce Uric acid...is there a medicine or any lifestyle change to keep it in range. If its high will it damage kidneys...thanks?
Yes and no: The are medications to reduce it depending on your evaluation. We often treat it when you have gout attacks which are due to high uric acid levels which percipitate in the joitns. High uric acid does also caus e kidney stones. There is some data to correlate with cardiovascular meidcal risks to elevate uric aicd but we often do not treat the elevated uric acid alone. These are issues to d ...Read more
My SGPT level is. 54.89 & SGPT is 30.37 & although other LFT levels normal. Uric acid remain HIGH & currently at 6.68. MCV level at 82.7 & MCHC 34.4.
See details: The values listed are very mildly elevated and are unlikely to be a clinical issue. Your uric acid should be less than 6.0 mg/dl so I suggest increasing the med to 40 mg daily. I have never heard of any data supporting dosing this med every other day. It makes no sense to me. ...Read more
Should a 53 yom be concerned because of an enlarged gallbladder? What could cause an enlarged gallbladder? High uric acid levels gout and kidney stns
How do you FEEL?: This is above the top of the reference range, but not outrageously high. Most folks with somewhat high uric acid never get gout or any other troubles from it. Especially, i'd warn you against seeking to take medication to treat a high lab value. Your physician can guide you here. I. ...Read more