Allopurinol

What is Allopurinol?

Allopurinol is a drug used primarily to treat hyperuricemia and its complications, including chronic gout.It is a xanthine oxidase inhibitor which is administered orally.

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which is the best medication for treatment of excess uric acid . zyloric or febuget

doctor1 MD

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welcome to healthcAremagic forum
zyloric which contain allopurinol is best for excess uric acid
febuget is also use in this condition
it is...

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I am a 50 y.o. female. I was just diagnosed with gout. (flare up on my left toe last year, flare up on lower right middle finger joint last week)....

doctor1 MD

Hi,
Thanks for the query.

You are absolutely correct. Though not a rule, it is usually advisable to take allopurinol continuously after the second...

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I started taking allopurinol to control gout outbreaks about 3 months ago. The gout seems to be under control - no gout symptoms since I started...

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Hi,
Allopurinol can cause fluid retention which may cause your weight to increase. However, a weight gain of 15lbs would be significant fluid...

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