Category: Mitotic Inhibitor (Colchicine)

Lengout and Colgout, Are They The Same Medicine?

There are several ways to treat gout. First is to live a healthy lifestyle by eating natural foods and exercising. This is to strengthen the body and alleviate pain caused by gout. Gout is a type of arthritis which is caused by too much formation of uric acid in the joints, including the big toe.…
Read more


May 27, 2015 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…
Read more


May 26, 2015 0

Gout Can Lead to Infertility

If you had been suffering from gout for many years and also face the problem of infertility, you really have to look into the connection between these two modern health problems. This article can possibly help you to solve 2 problems at once. Gout is an inflammation triggered by the urate crystals that form in…
Read more


May 19, 2015 0

How Colchicine Works? Bank Robbery Scenario…

Colchicine is a mitotic inhibitor drug, it inhibits the process of cell devision. Many chemotherapy drugs used in treating cancer are mitotic inhibitors too. Although colchicine is not used  in treating cancer, but in mild dosage, it can help to reduce the inflammation caused by a gout attack. In order to understand how colchicine works, you…
Read more


May 12, 2015 0

Lengout Side Effects = Colchicine Side Effects

Lengout is a brand name for colchine that is commonly used in Australia and New Zealand. Thus, if you are looking for the list of lengout side effects, it will be easier to search for colchicine side effects instead. Anyway, here is a brief summary of the potential lengout side effects that one must pay…
Read more


May 12, 2015 0

Antigout Medications, How Effective Are They?

There are two main objectives of antigout medications, to treat the painful gouty inflammation and to reduce the uric acid levels in the body to prevent future gout attacks. Antigout medication can be classified in to 2 categories: short-term and long-term. Short-term antigout medications are mainly pain killers or some anti-inflammatory drugs. The objective of…
Read more


April 23, 2015 0