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Anybody ever tried indomethacin for gout?

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In brief: Can help

Indomethacin can help for the acute phase.
Cortisone injections can provide even faster relief. For recurrent episodes of gout see your family doctor to determine the underlying cause and develop a plan for prevention.

In brief: Can help

Indomethacin can help for the acute phase.
Cortisone injections can provide even faster relief. For recurrent episodes of gout see your family doctor to determine the underlying cause and develop a plan for prevention.
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Dr. Jeffrey Miller
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

It is the best short term treatment and is currently used a lot.

In brief: Yes

It is the best short term treatment and is currently used a lot.
Dr. Jeffrey Miller
Dr. Jeffrey Miller
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