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Yash@123, 7 September 2016 16:30

age 40, suffer from gout about 4year,weaken body,married,pain in whole body & joint in this crestal form in finger,take much alcohol befor, currentaly few time taken,no diebetes,blood pressure,uric acid level between 8.5 to 6.5 always. no past illness history.

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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-

Gout is an inflammatory arthritis that affects the joints with increased uric acid. Purine rich foods increases the production of uric acid during the metabolism. Other triggers like over weight, fasting or alcohol triggers an attack of gout. There will be mild fever or tiredness with swelling or inflammation in the joints.

Gout Ayurvedic medicine can be taken for a month and reviewed.

Include turmeric, coriander, kokilaksha, barley, drum stick leaves, cumin and gokshuram. Reduce excess oil, sweets, purine rich foods like organ meats, cauliflower, mushroom, yeast, peas, fish, meat, chicken and spinach. Drink enough water and take good rest. Regular exercise will be beneficial.

Please do have regular checkups and it is necessary to do kidney function test to assess the function of the kidneys. Treating at the right time will heal the inflammation and improve the mobility of the joints. Healthy lifestyle will help to control the attack of gout.

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posted by Dr.Ramani on 8 September 2016 17:52

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