Uric acid level is on higher side.
My friend if there is no rheumatologist
in your area then its not a problem, because orthopedic surgeon has equal knowledge to rheumatologist regarding joint pains
You have uric acid level of 7.3 which is on the higher side. You should not ignore it, you must take diet low in purines i.e avoid meat, pulses etc.
There are many foods that are safe to eat in a low purine diet; however these should not be the only food you eat. Green vegetables and tomatoes, Fruits and fruit juices, Breads that do not use yeast (may be found in the kosher section or a health food store), Nuts, Milk and milk products such as butter and cheese, Chocolate, Coffee and tea.You must have adequate hydration. Your doctor may advise you tab.allopurinol
As already explained previously you must consult your doctor for low vitamin D levels. He may advise you 50,000 international units of vitamin D2 or D3 by mouth once or more per week for six to eight weeks, and then 800 to 1000 (or more) international units of vitamin D3
You must know that, synthesis from exposure to sunlight, as well as intake from the diet, generally contribute to the maintenance of adequate serum concentrations.
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