Tag: gout attack

Chronic Gout VS Acute Gout – Pain INTENSIFIES!

What is gout? To those who does not suffer it, gout is gout. It is a painful inflammation of the joints. To those who had an unfortunate encounter with the disease, it is something more. Finally, to those who lived to know gout, gout is not just gout. It can be classified, just like a…
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December 3, 2017 0

How To Take Colchicine For Acute Gout

Taking medications to cure diseases can be complicated. Most of the time, the more complex the disease, the more complex the medication will be.  The complexity ranges from proper dosage to what you should exercise when taking the medication. This article aims to explain how to take colchicine for acute gout. Colchicine If you have…
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November 19, 2017 0

How Long Does Colchicine Stay in Your System

Life is one amazing journey. The choices of paths to traverse can spell the difference between individuals. Sometimes, it is amazing that we have to turn left to go right. What is even more amazing is the fact that as we embark on this journey, there are also millions of journeys happening inside our body!…
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November 19, 2017 0

Formation of Uric Acid Kidney Stones

Over the years, I have met hundreds (possibly more than a thousand) of gout or hyperuricemic patients. I have observed that at least 50% of them are having the problem of uric acid kidney stones too. Some have it laser-blasted, some didn’t went through any kind of surgery, the doctor just asked them to drink…
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March 21, 2017 0

3 Early Signs of Gout Attack

If you are a gout victim who is suffering from regular random gout attacks and tired of having to swallow the painkillers or limp around with unbearable pain. There are some early signs of gout attack that you can pay attention to in order to avoid the full scale gout attack. You must understand that there are…
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June 9, 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…
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May 12, 2015 0