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What causes high uric acid in blood? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 17-Apr-2014
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Doctor:Hi,
Please proceed with your query
User:hello doc
User:i have a leg pain due to uric acid high in blood
Doctor:sorry about that
User:huh
Doctor:What is the value of it?
User:i just took pain killers
User:last 15 days back when i had a test it was 5.2
User:should i follow any food diet???
Doctor:Yes, avoid high protein food intake
User:but the count isnormal rite
Doctor:Yes, your current level is normal
Doctor:So, in fact, you do not need any diet restriction now
User:still i have pain in ma toe
Doctor:Apply hot water bag locally
User:to be XXXXXXX i hav left having non veg and some of th vegis
Doctor:That is good
Doctor:I would advise you better pain killers like Zerodol
User:hot water bag increased the inflamtion on the pain area
Doctor:hmm
Doctor:I see
User:i opted ifanac-p
Doctor:Zerodol or Tramazac is better
User:is there any permanant remedi
User:and plz let me no is i should follow any diet
Doctor:Regular exercise is the remedy
User:exercise like??
Doctor:toe rotations
Doctor:regular walking
Doctor:Meats, poultry, fish, seafood, organ meats, alcohol, beans, and peas should be avoided
User:I HAVE stoppe dhave all the above , even then i hav pain
User:its been 3 months i hav been following the diet
Doctor:Then you need further investigations like x-ray
Doctor:Has it been done?
User:yes
Doctor:have you got your serum calcium and vitamin D levels checked?
User:its said normal
User:nope
Doctor:Get this test done then
User:ok doc
Doctor:ok
User:will get bck once m done wit the test
User:Thank you
Doctor:sure
Doctor:anytime
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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