Hi again Rich,
I don’t think we can replace a doctor. If you’re not satisfied with your current doctor, you should try to find another one.
If you indeed have gout, I don’t think taking a small dose of Milurit for 20 days will be sufficient. But since the amount of uric acid in your blood is fairly low, I guess it makes sense to learn what you can achieve by dieting. Only your doctor can tell you what their plan is but the more you learn from blood tests, the better equipped you will be to make decisions in the future.
If you want a faster cure, perhaps you could ask your doctor if you could safely take 200mg Milurit for 3-6 months.
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