For future reference, besides gout-specific drugs you mentionned a corticosteroid, five NSAIDs (diclofenac, ibuprofen, etoricoxib, exketoprofen and naproxen) as well as two PPIs (to counteract a suspected NSAID side effect) and two unrelated drugs supposed to help with gastrointestinal symptoms (possibly brought about by colchicine though such side effects are reported in relation to other drugs as well). No side effects were reported in relation to febuxostat or the corticosteroid however. And no analgesic was mentionned.
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