Stopping Gout Together › Forums › Help My Gout! The Gout Forum › Diclofenac, allopurinol and colchicine safe to take together? › Reply To: Diclofenac, allopurinol and colchicine safe to take together?
Nobody doesn’t know but agrees it’s not a problem.
Kidding aside, like many others I’ve taken similar drugs together so I wouldn’t worry and take the diclo tablet on top of everything else. I can’t vouch for this exact combination of drugs and I’m sure you’re aware of the disclaimers aboiut mixing drugs but really, you should be OK.
Ask a pharmacist anyway so you’ll be able to tell your insurance you didn’t take anonymous advice from the web. Just in case.
About colchicine being anti-inflammatory, I bet you’d get different opinions from different pharmacists. Let’s just say it works very differently than dicolfenac and most anti-inflammatories.
High temperatures have a way of triggering attacks when you’re curing gout. In my opinion, it’s mostly because you’re losing water. Make sure to drink lots and lots!