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Suffer Uric Acid repeated attack issue, right toe getting swallowed with excessive pain. Tried Zyloric, Voveran. Treatment ?

Good Afternoon . I m AAAAa 44yrs old have Uric Acid repeated attack issue. This is happening since 6 - 7 years. As a symtom of pain, my right toe is getting swallowed with excessive pain and at that time even walking is also not possible. Initially I was treated with Zyloric 100 & Voveran 50. But, every time I m discontinuing the medicine after taking it for 2 - 3 months. Recently 6-8 months back I consulted another doctor ( Physician ), who advised me to take Zycolchin & Nucoxia60 for two months. Since last week, Its again repeated and I ve yet not taken medicine, only applying Gaultheria Oil on affected area, But still acute pain is there and looking for your advice as Rheumatologist , how to get treated this severe pain issue. Six months back my Uric acid level was 8.5. Could you please advice. ? Thanks much
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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you are suffering from gout..
you need to take drugs from reducing uric acid levels in the blood likecolchicine and indomethacin for the pain relief..
other pain killers are known to cause hyperuricemia..
see your physician and dietician for the management..
all the very best.
Answered: Fri, 9 Aug 2013
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