Suffering From Uric Acid Problem, All Joint Have Pain. What Can Be Done?
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Uric acid to the tune of 6.8 is highly unlikely to be the cause of your joint pains. The normal range is between 3.0 - 7.0 mg/dL (milligram per deciliter). Uric acid usually involves a single joint at a time. The most common joint involved is that of the great toe. In hyperuricemia (high uric acid)/ gout, there is marked swelling and redness of the joint which is unbearable.I will suggest getting your vitamin D3 levels checked to rule out any vitamin D deficiency as it is a very common cause of multiple joints and muscle aches.
If vitamin D deficiency is confirmed then you need to take one XXXXXXX of vitamin D in milk or curd daily for 10 days, then weekly for 10 weeks and then monthly for one year.
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