Hypouricemia

What is Hypouricemia?

Hypouricemia is a level of uric acid in blood serum that is below normal. In humans, the normal range of this blood component has a lower threshold set variously in the range of 2 mg/dL to 4 mg/dL, while the upper threshold is 530 micromol/L (6 mg/dL) for women and 619 micromol/L (7 mg/dL) for men. Hypouricemia usually is benign and sometimes is a sign of a medical condition.

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Im 23, M, 210lbs ( no medical history) but has inheritance of having arthritis/ gout.

As per result of my laboratory examination for URIC Acid...

doctor1 MD

hi,
not really, if you as yet dont have any symptoms of arthritis.
however seeing that you uric acid levels are high, you may need to start...

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the urine in my continence pads smell salty. can that be from meds? (anti acid reflux; lipitor; xanax). Urine is normal...

doctor1 MD

Hello,

Thanks for posting your query.

Salty urine can be due to high amount of salt or acids excretion in urine due to increased salt intake or...

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Hi I am 31 yr old male. Nonvegeterial and occasional drinker ( avg 3 times/month). Recently detected for high uric acid i.e. 9.1. Immediately...

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Please take the medication regularly. Avoid Tomato and Palak. Drink lots of water, if possible coconut water , once a week. Best luck.

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