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What products do you recommend for gout and have they worked.?

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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Not!

Antiinflammatory drugs and low dose colchicine, before starting Allopurinol to lower uric acid or the new drug uloric.
Of course dietary changes help, ie. Lower etoh consumption, no crash diets ( ketosis in urine raises uric acid). Finally, corticosteroid injection in an inflammed joint offers quick relief, but cannot replace the above. I frequently give patient one probeneccid/colchicine, 1/da.

In brief: Not!

Antiinflammatory drugs and low dose colchicine, before starting Allopurinol to lower uric acid or the new drug uloric.
Of course dietary changes help, ie. Lower etoh consumption, no crash diets ( ketosis in urine raises uric acid). Finally, corticosteroid injection in an inflammed joint offers quick relief, but cannot replace the above. I frequently give patient one probeneccid/colchicine, 1/da.
Dr. Thomas Namey
Dr. Thomas Namey
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Dr. PHILIP WALLER
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

In brief: There are many

Different options.
I believe you are talking about therapies that dont inlude prescription meds but remember there are very helpful drugs. The best thing you can do is not a product but diet changes. Find a diet low in purines. Avoid red meats, liver, shellfish, beans alcohol etc. Alternatives tumeric cherry extract vitamin c rutin flamasil which includes diff ingredients.Unknown if they work.

In brief: There are many

Different options.
I believe you are talking about therapies that dont inlude prescription meds but remember there are very helpful drugs. The best thing you can do is not a product but diet changes. Find a diet low in purines. Avoid red meats, liver, shellfish, beans alcohol etc. Alternatives tumeric cherry extract vitamin c rutin flamasil which includes diff ingredients.Unknown if they work.
Dr. PHILIP WALLER
Dr. PHILIP WALLER
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