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Gout is a type of arthritis caused by uric acid crystals that form in the joints.  The uric acid crystals are sharp and manually irritate and...
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Not as far as I can see.  In this slideshow about eating to avoid gout flare ups, oats are actually mentioned as a healthy food that helps with...
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Gout is a kind of arthritis. It can cause an attack of sudden burning pain, stiffness, and swelling in a joint, usually a big toe. These attacks can...
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Yes, you can.  Here's a short list of some foods that are safe: Foods that are safe to eat (low in purines): Green vegetables and...
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WebMD has this to say about uric acid:Uric acid is a waste product that results from normal body processes and is also found in some foods. Normally...
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Theoretically, uric acid crystals could accumulate in any joint in the body, so yes.
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You were probably given specific instructions for your colonoscopy, so it would not be wise to take any medications at this point until you can...
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Instead of thinking putting a cap on protein, your better off balancing the type of protein foods in your diet. Here are some tips:Don't exceed 6...
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In order to prevent heart failure and to reduce the cardiac workload, controlling fluid intake is sometimes required. On the other side of the...
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Ice it down and it will go away.This is a inflammatory response to the damage, inflammatory response = Healing.You have drank plenty of water, but i...
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No...gout is not caused by trauma, but by uric acid crystals forming in the distal joints.
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How, where, and when the symptoms of gout appear vary. Some people may not experience gout as many painful attacks. Instead they have gout nearly all...
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Hi If your allergic to shell fish, just stop eating them, fish by itself is gentle on the stomach, unless your mixing hot peppers in a sauce with it...
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Hi Yes it seems that it can but if you google your question your find lots of ways to kill the gout, which could be a lot better for you.Good Luck
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