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Does drinking coffee increase the severity of a gout attack?
10 doctors weighed in

Dr. Matt Pflieger
Family Medicine
7 doctors agree
In brief: No
Coffee should not have an effect on the gout attack.
There has been some evidence that coffee can decrease your risk of future attacks.

In brief: No
Coffee should not have an effect on the gout attack.
There has been some evidence that coffee can decrease your risk of future attacks.
Dr. Matt Pflieger
Dr. Matt Pflieger
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Dr. David Wyatt
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Not common
The usual triggers to a gout attack are alcohol and red meats whose breakdown products raise seum uric acid, but individual patients have been known to have their own unique triggers.
And coffee is not known to raise uric acid levels which are the root cause of a gout attack/flare.

In brief: Not common
The usual triggers to a gout attack are alcohol and red meats whose breakdown products raise seum uric acid, but individual patients have been known to have their own unique triggers.
And coffee is not known to raise uric acid levels which are the root cause of a gout attack/flare.
Dr. David Wyatt
Dr. David Wyatt
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