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... jog a lot and do strength training on a limited basis 3x per week. Can't do much walking when gout attacks! ... (1 replies)
Jan 23, 2013
... injury and wearing out of the discs that cushion the vertebrae. You are very young, and even though losing weight sounds hard, it isn't nearly as hard as living with chronic back pain, having to possibly have back surgeries, and knee replacements. ... (20 replies)
... When they take the fluid out of the joint do they numb it good. I'm no baby with pain but can't imagine them sticking a needle into something that hurts like this to start with. ... (4 replies)

... Your description doesn't sound like gout to me. Usually an attack only lasts a few days, up to a week if untreated. The pain is constant and is a very deep burning that goes on without relief... ... (4 replies)
... can be prescribed which stops uric acid production and halts purine synthesis which is part of the uric acid product. Colchicine is another drug used for people with frequent attacks. If she is overweight, there is an increase of purine synthesis and uric acid in the body. ... (5 replies)
... and it took care of it right away. It also helps with gout. You need to take 600 mg or more, and it seems to work best if you take it at night before bedtime. ... (5 replies)
May 8, 2007
... I looked back a couple months and haven't found any discussion about GOUT so I thought I'd start one. ... (1 replies)
... If you have lots of symptoms of RA to go along with your positive bloodwork, do not be surprised if you are given that diagnosis. ... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and one of the tell tale symtoms is sausage like digits... ... (2 replies)
... ain in my left foot big toe joint for about two months and then the same started on my right foot about 3 weeks ago. I went to the doctor and they thought it was gout but all the test said no go for gout. ... (2 replies)
... I am a 24 year old female in decent health. I'm going to start off with a little history. ... (5 replies)
... uldn't cause much of a problem. It's a synthetic form of the cortisol your body makes. When you get sick or injured, your body usually produces more cortisol but with anything chronic, it tends not to. ... (3 replies)
... mostly men. It is usually the result of a defect in body chemistry. This painful condition most often attacks small joints, especially the big toe. Fortunately, gout almost always can be completely controlled with medication and changes in diet. ... (3 replies)
... A relative of mine had a similar thing happen to him recently. He had stepped on a nail and his foot got infected,but,it wouldn't heal even with antibiotics because gout had set in. His Dr. prescribed him an NSAID called Indomethacin. ... (9 replies)

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