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Thanks nobody, appreciate the advice
Thanks nobody. I also previously got a test which showed 0.45. I think given it is quite high, I may have to obviously get it taken again and speak to the doc about allopurinol. I was hoping to do this naturally but may be past that point now.
Thanks for the advice. If you think of anything else that might be useful or something I can do, please let me know
Thanks for the information Nobody. The last time I had my uric acid recorded was probably about 18 months ago, and it was at the higher end of the normal range – 0.49 mmol/l.
What did you mean about taking colchicine a different way? I am now basically taking 1 or 2 at the first sign of an attack (i.e. when the ankle starts to feel stiff and there is some pain). I try not to take too much.
Agree that it will be a slow burn to get my uric acid down to safe levels. Do you think the cucumber/celery/lemon/ginger juice daily will help with this? I’ve read online that it helps.