How To Treat High Gout?

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I want to ask, yesterday I checked that my gout 6.6 is it high ?? and to treat it using what medicine ??

1 Answer:

Hi Eny,

Uric acid levels in women are normally around 2.4-5.6 mg / dL, whereas in men normally around 3.4-7.0 mg / dL. When uric acid levels are more than normal, complaints can occur in the form of pain and swelling in the joints.

Increased uric acid can be influenced by consumption of foods with high purine levels, high sugar drinks, alcoholic drinks, side effects of several types of drugs, and the presence of certain medical history.

To find out uric acid levels can be done with a blood test. Management of gout is to improve a healthy lifestyle, a healthier diet, and administration of medicines.

Do you feel a complaint? I suggest that you bring your gout test results directly to the doctor so that further tests can be done to ensure your condition and then the doctor can provide you with more appropriate treatment.

Some tips you can do:

 Reduce drinks too sweet Avoid alcohol and cigarettes Avoid foods that contain high purines such as red meat, animal innards, anchovies, clams, sardines, and tuna

Thank you

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