Category: Gout Complications

Can Gout Lead to Heart Attack? YES! The Culprit Is The Acids

  Many gout sufferers learned to live with the fact that they have to occasionally suffer from agonizing flare-ups. As they accepted the fate of being entwined to the searing gouty inflammation, their loved ones are left hopeless as no medication can cure it permanently. Gout sufferers should not accept such fate. Gout may not…
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February 5, 2018 0

Gout Numbness and Tingling – Acid Causes THICK BLOOD

  The burning pain and inflammation that accompanies gout is always a given. In the first place, without pain gout will not be gout! But, there are other things that makes gout as it is. For instance, numbness and tingling. I’m pretty sure that many gout sufferers experienced these manifestations, though not all associated it…
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February 5, 2018 0

Chronic Heart Failure and Uric Acid – The THICK Blood

  Most likely, you read it somewhere. Gout, uric acid and cardiovascular diseases, for some reason unknown to many, are related to each other. Both non-empirical and statistical studies points to a causal relationship between the two, such as a study that reappraises the causal relationship between hyperuricemia and cardiovascular diseases. With those facts in…
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February 5, 2018 0

Colchicine Can Decrease Sperm Production!

Colchicine is known to be one of the widely used gout medication. It is sold under different brand names across the globes. Among the popular brands are Colcrys, Goutnil, Colgout, and Lengout. Gout is an inflammation caused by the formation of new uric acid crystals. Your body perceive these crystals as foreign invaders and alarms…
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May 26, 2015 0

Gout and Erectile Dysfunction, Truth REVEALED!

A study was presented at the 2014 European League Against Rheumatism Annual Congress (EULAR) shows that erectile dysfunction is common in men with gout. Here is a quote from the press release: “In a survey of 201 men, 83 had gout, of whom a significantly greater proportion had ED (76%) compared with those patients without…
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May 24, 2015 0