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Gout by Jennifer F. Posted Wed 19 May 2010 7:49am Gout is a common disorder of uric acid metabolism. It is a medical condition that usually presents with recurrent attacks of acute inflammatory arthritis. Gout is caused by cellular reaction to uric acid and can lead to deposits of monosodium urate crystals in soft tissues and joints. Types Primary gout - May occur alone. Accounts ... Read on »
A Healthy Gout Diet by rosie g Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 12:39pm There's nothing worse, you settle down for sleep, when all of a sudden your big toe becomes hot and swollen until the pain becomes unbearable. Sometimes it affects your knee or wrist and you can hobble around for over a week. Overtime this can cause permanent damage to your joints, kidneys and even disabling. It doesn't have to be like this, as ... Read on »
Why a Podiatrist is Often the First to Diagnose Gout by Dr. Andrew Schneider Posted Thu 28 Jan 2010 5:50pm There are several systemic diseases that podiatrists will often diagnose before your primary care doctor due to how those particular diseases present. One of these disease that podiatrists are likely to diagnose before any other doctor is gout. Gout is caused by elevated uric acid levels in your body that precipitates to form little crysta ... Read on »
Gout and Metabolic Syndrome by Judy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 10:41pm 1 Comment I did a little research on gout for a friend who had been given the standard advice for treating this painful condition: eat a low-fat diet, cut out red meat, seafood, fish, beans, and other purine-rich foods, and take medication. Purines can be broken down into urate , which can crystallise out to cause pain in the joints, so a reduction in puri ... Read on »
Gout vs Cherries by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 01 Oct 2012 3:00am Gout, a painful inflammation of the joints, is caused by excessive uric acid, which in turn, can result from a diet of high-purine foods, eg all meats, seafood, beans, peas, lentils, oatmeal, spinach, asparagus, mushroom, yeast, alcohol (including beer, wing & hard liquor), as reported in last month's Annals of Rheumatic Diseases .  In this ... Read on »
FDA Approves Colchicine for Acute Gout, Mediterranean Fever by Health: Hearsay & Headlines Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 7:33pm The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Colcrys to treat acute flairs in patients with gout, a recurrent and painful form of arthritis, and patients with familial Mediterranean fever (FMF), an inherited inflammatory disorder. The medication’s active ingredient is colchicine, a complex compound derived from the dried seeds of a plant know ... Read on »
Update on the role of purines in beer on arthritic conditions… by Ron Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 Dec 2012 5:27am In August 2010 – doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun? – I wrote about the effect purines in beer had on my osteo-arthritis . Fast-forward to, well, now, when my beer consumption has been as close to zero as makes no difference (less than 500ml a week), for around 3 months,** and it’s finally sunk in that, while I have enough pain to b ... Read on »
natural treatments for gout by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Jul 2010 7:18am < p>There are various aspects to take into accounts when considering the causes of gout. Since that you are most likely aware the foundation cause of gout is overload amounts of uric acid being present within your blood stream. Our bodies makes uric acid like a waste product since it breaks down the purines obtained in our bodies ... Read on »
IS GOUT STILL THE 'RICH MAN'S DISEASE'? by Barmac Posted Tue 07 Sep 2010 6:38am Well, if the risk factors have anything to do with it, then you would think so. Gout has be recognized for at least 4600 years, when Egyptians first wrote about it. It was always associated with gluttony of food and drink. Men are three to four more times more likely to develop it and the symptoms usually begin between the ages of 40 to 6 ... Read on »