Bunion and Gout Forum is a list of discussions about bunions, gout, and other related types of arthritis. So it is particularly useful for arthritis sufferers who do not have a clear gout diagnosis. But note from Gout or Bunions, you really need specialist help from an experienced rhuematologist. Because red, swollen, toe pain needs thorough testing and careful assessment to get the right diagnosis. Then, with that correct diagnosis you can get the correct treatment.
Does your big toe have gout, bunion, or both?
Bunion and Gout Forum Discussion List
Gout or Something else (Bunion?)
So Ive been eating a low carb high fat high protein diet on and off for years (10 years) loosing an…
1 year, 12 months ago
New to Gout
I am a 33 year old male, 6 foot tall about 195lbs. Beginning in March/April this year I …
2 years, 6 months ago
Still getting Gout Pain after months of Febuxostat
Hey all, I’m a 39 year old male. I have had gout for over 12 years. For the first 10 or so, I…
2 years, 8 months ago
Lingering pain & weakness 6 weeks after gout flare
The purpose of this topic is to help you get the right information about lingering gout pain from y…
4 years ago
Gout, Bunions, Allopurinol and more Questions
Does anyone know if having bunions can either increase the risk of gout or make you have …
5 years, 9 months ago
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