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What diet should i maintain in uric acid ?

Hi, I m Aabid, Male age 31,height 182cms ,weight 99kgs. Its been 6 years I m suffering frm uric acid problem may I ask febuget40 drug has d same composition as goutnil. Doctor has prescribed me with febuget40 twice a day,n its been 5 days I m doing d course but no effective result. Plz help me n plz provided me wit a diet plan bcoz evryone says dun eat dis dun eat dat. I m literally starving plz help. Aabid.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for query,
Febuget 40 and goutnil both are different medicines.
If your uric acid level is high then go for less vegetables.
Avoid Tomatoes,cabbage, cauliy flower,onion.
Take less pulses.
take plenty of water.
Ok and bye.
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Hello Abid,
You have not mentioned exactly what are your symptoms,which you are relating to your high uric acid level.
If you are not responding to the drugs given for uric acid,possibaly your symptoms are not related to Uric acid.
Any pain here and there with raised uric acid level does not necessarily mean that you have Gout.
Consult a local Rheumatologist and get your diagnosis reviewed.
Any way if you have high uric acid level, you do need to alter your diet with absolutley no protein from animal source,except for little bit of milk.
Answered: Thu, 11 Aug 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Padma Saikia's  Response

Welcome to HCM.

Febuget 40 contains febuxostat which lowers uric acid levels in the blood more effectively than allopurinol. It is very useful in gout attacks.

Follow the following diet,

Your diet should be high in Carbohydrates, moderate protein, high fibre.

Avoid high purine foods like tomato, cauliflower and your food should be less of spice.If non-vegetarian then avoid red meat.
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