If you’ve been on the same colchicine dose for 6 weeks, you know exactly what to expect. If you got some side effects last time, you might want to try a smaller dose. But there’s no particular reason to avoid going back on colchicine for a couple of weeks.
You don’t need to start taking colchicine now in order to get some protection in September. But you could take it today because you feel an attack is starting.
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