Diclofenac and Uloric work for lots of people. Whether they work for you or not is another matter. And the dosage must be right.
Your blood test will tell if the Uloric dose is right and might also show that your body isn’t coping well with one or both of these drugs.
And what the blood test won’t tell, you should already know: are you feeling any side effects? Has your diclofeac dose prevented gout pain?
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