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Baking Soda for Gout Forum Discussion List
Allopurinol itching and skin rash
I don’t know if its coincidence or not. I started on the colgout tablet then the allopurinol …
3 years, 5 months ago
Low Urate levels from Uloric – 8.0 to now 3.0!
I had a gout flare up about 2-3 weeks ago.. and then I had been watching my diet and taking ACV, bi…
5 years ago
Diabetes, Gout, and Urine pH Levels
Here is a theory I have about gout.
Milk is known to be beneficial to gout. A likely explanation fo…
5 years, 3 months ago
Has anyone tried www.Goutcure.com ?
Hello fellow sufferers, having gout is just a pain in the butt, isn’t it?
I’m a 23 yea…
5 years, 7 months ago
Gout Relief from Baking Soda
[feedback from Natural Remedy For Gout]
As I have gotten older, I develop more indigestion and st…
5 years, 9 months ago
Probenecid Questions – How Probenecid Helps Gout
My husband is a long time gout sufferer. He is 47, was diagnosed at age 27. He has hyperuricemia, l…
6 years, 1 month ago
I’m desperate non stop gout attacks
I’m at a point of desperation. I’ve had gout for the past 3 years. The first year I sta…
6 years, 2 months ago
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