What are some treatments for gout?

Gout. Control your diet to avoid foods high in purines. Limit your use of alcohol and aspirin. Get tested for food sensitivities and avoid those foods as well. Drink plenty of water. If your uric acid cannot be controlled naturally, then Allopurinol should be able to.
See below. Cortisone injection, colchicine, uloric, anti-inflamatory medication, probenicid.

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What are some good treatments for gout?

Depends. An acute attack needs aggressive treatment:steroids, indomethocin, naproxocin, or colchecine are often used.Chronic treatment:allopurinol, uloric and probenicid may help. Read more...
Diet control. Prevention via diet control is always good. Once you have it controlling the uric acid levels is key. Pain relief can be accomplished via antiinflammatories, warm water soaks, injections (with steroid), oral steroids, and pain killers. Depending on the level of pain the person has. Keep in mind gout is not only a painful condition of a joint. It can have an effect on your heart and kidney. Read more...
Diet, meds. Aside from changing diet and possible medications causing gout, the two common drugs to lower uric acid are Allopurinol and uloric. Rarely, probenecid is used. A new infusion, krystexxa, (pegloticase) is necessary very rarely. During flares, anti-inflammatories, ice and rest are helpful. A rheumatologist treats this kind of arthritis. Read more...