There. Are meds to control uric acid. There are meds for acute attacks.
Several meds. For acute gout attacks, colchicine, nsaids, and Prednisone can be helpful. Long term prevention of attacks is done with allopurinol. I've seen literature suggesting that titrating Allopurinol to a uric acid level of 5.5 or lower as a goal to prevent "silent" joint damage. Ulcers are treated with ppi's like Omeprazole and either "triple" or "quadruple" therapy.