Improving Help For Gout Herbalist Group is a discussion to improve the help pages for Gout Herbalists. It is part of a series of discussions about Gout Groups.
Gout Herbalist Group is #5 in 9 Gout Groups identified in Which Gout Group Am I In:
If you only accept natural medicines, I can show you how to apply them in a logical way.
We know that many pharmaceutical medicines are ineffective because they are not managed correctly. All gout medicine must taken at the right time, in the right dose. Combinations are always vital. This applies to herbal medicine, just as it does to pharmaceuticals. Do not make the same mistakes that other people make. Ensure that your herbal medicine combination controls your gout permanently.
Since I wrote that Gout Groups article, I’ve added a Life Champion Group. That is where your gout is cured, or controlled, so that you can focus on enjoying life. Everyone should want to be a Life Champion. But, Gout Herbalists have to become Gout Champions first.
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Improving Help For Secondary Gout is a discussion to improve the help pages for Secondary Gout Sufferers. It is part of a series of improving help for all types of gout sufferer.
Your gout is caused by something that can be treated or removed. Once that happens, your gout will be completely cured. You need to decide if you need interim gout treatment, pending the removal of the primary cause.
Since writing that, we have identified a final group that is what all Gout Sufferers should aim for – a Life Champion. That is where your gout is cured, or controlled, so that you can focus on enjoying life.
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Improving GoutPal’s Gout Help Methods is aimed at GoutPal visitors who want to help improve my gout support services. It is also of interest to all Gout Sufferers who want to understand the best ways to get help for their gout. This is a discussion about currently available gout help services, and how we can improve them.
In Gouty Arthritis Sufferer Or Not, I introduced several GoutPal Help Methods. All GoutPal visitors can choose as many of these help methods as they like. I am preparing guidelines that explain how each help method works. Those guidelines will also explain which help method is best in different circumstances.
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Better Gout Learning is aimed at anyone interested in structured personal gout learning. Learning will help you control your gout better. This discussion will improve my documentation of the gout learning process.
Structured personal gout learning means you want a step-by-step plan to learn more about controlling your gout. If you only have a general question about gout, you might not need a personal plan. In that case, you can ask your question in the General Gout Discussion.
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Discussing Uric Acid Blood Tests is for gout sufferers who want advice about their test results. It looks at problems that arise when we discuss uric acid blood tests. This discussion will form the forum guide for how to ask about uric acid blood tests.
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Improving Help For Arthritis Sufferers is aimed at people with inflamed or painful joints who do not have an agreed diagnosis of gout. This is a discussion to identify what information Arthritis Sufferers need to help them manage their health problems.
At the moment, I have not started the specialist forum for the Arthritis Sufferers Group.
If you need personal help, ask in the general gout discussion forum. Or, you can ask in the comments below, but I think the forum is the best place.
Please read Gouty Arthritis Sufferer Or Not, first.
This discussion stems from Personal Gout Treatment Guidelines 2016 and Which Gout Group Am I In?. It is part of a complete review of GoutPal to clarify which information is relevant for specific Gout Groups.
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Improving Uloric Liver Warnings Guidelines for Gout Patients is a discussion about improving Uloric Liver Warnings Prompt Label Change.
This discussion is aimed at Gout Patients. It might be interesting for other Gout Groups. Please don’t forget to tell me what you think about Gout Groups.
I’ve started this discussion because Uloric Liver Warnings Prompt Label Change has been flagged for review. I’m going to make sure it is relevant to Gout Patients. It is a blog item about a specific aspect of Uloric treatment. Therefore, I also need to ensure it is compatible with Uloric (febuxostat) guidelines.
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Improving Questions for Gout Sufferers is a discussion about clarifying Questions for Gout Sufferers.
This discussion is for all Gout Sufferers, and people who are interested in gout. It is about improving my information on GoutPal.com. If you want personal help deciding which type of gout sufferer you are, please ask in the gout forum.
GoutPal Gout Sufferer Types allow you to find relevant information quickly. Once you know which type you are, it’s easier to ignore irrelevant gout information. It’s easier to focus on the next best step for gout sufferers like you.
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I wrote Improving Gout Management Principles to help all Gout Sufferers. In this introduction, I explain how my guidelines work. Then, we can work together to get better gout help.
Gout help has to be personal.
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I wrote Improving Gout Guidelines for everyone who wants better gout information, and faster answers to gout questions. It tells you how GoutPal works.
GoutPal.com tells you everything you need to know about controlling gout. Most importantly, it tells you that gout treatment must be adjusted to meet your individual circumstances, and your unique needs. This website, GoutPal.net, helps you understand your individual circumstances, and fulfill your unique needs. But, its main purpose is to improve the gout guidelines on GoutPal.com.
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