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Does hyperuricemia causes feet pain ?

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Dr. Michael Ekizian
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Uric acid and gout

Although at least two-thirds of patients with hyperuricemia will remain without symptoms, gout can develop in these patients at any point.
Risk factors for progression of hyperuricemia to acute gouty arthritis (which can involve the ankles and feet) include increased alcohol consumption, significant meat and seafood ingestion, diuretic use (especially thiazides), hypertension, and obesity.

In brief: Uric acid and gout

Although at least two-thirds of patients with hyperuricemia will remain without symptoms, gout can develop in these patients at any point.
Risk factors for progression of hyperuricemia to acute gouty arthritis (which can involve the ankles and feet) include increased alcohol consumption, significant meat and seafood ingestion, diuretic use (especially thiazides), hypertension, and obesity.
Dr. Michael Ekizian
Dr. Michael Ekizian
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In brief: Gout

As explained , gout has it's arthritis associated with it.
Not all gout patients experience that, however. X ray analysis will show tell tale signs of gouty arthritis . See your podiatrist

In brief: Gout

As explained , gout has it's arthritis associated with it.
Not all gout patients experience that, however. X ray analysis will show tell tale signs of gouty arthritis . See your podiatrist
Dr. Thomas Inwood
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