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Thank you for all the useful information. What both of you say make a lot sense. I usually get constant flares with little relief but this last one started December 27th and hasn’t let up. At this point I’m concerned about joint destruction. Last level was 5.5 mid December. I’m on 80 mg urloric My doctor obviously doesn’t know a whole lot and told me she doesn’t know what else to do. She refered me to a rheumatoid arthritis Doc a month out. I’m gonna get a test prior to my appointment.
Question? Have you or anyone else try Uricel? Urcinol? AC-Carbamide? Arginex? I’ve heard good reviews online but really don’t known what to believe and how fabricated they may be. I’ve never tried but bought all 4 just don’t know what to try first. Yes they were all impulse buys late at night suffering from another big flare. Thanks
Yep it’s sriracha chili sauce, best stuff ever made. I’ll use pulled pork and occasional hamburger meet as a protean substitute as well. I don’t know if I mentioned but I also add fresh ginger, ground Turmeric and ground cayenne as added bennifit while sautéing everything else. Yeah give it a try, its definitely filling and flavorful while being healthy at the same time.
Thanks again hopefully the higher dose of Uloric will work along with a few other remedies. Patience is the key and within a few months I hope I can post positive gout feedback. My anti i flamitory diet is a salad I make every night but not just any salad. I try to utilize as many anti oxidase foods as possible that taste good to me I also love the heat. I start with frying green yellow red baby peppers along with mushrooms celery jalapeños cilantro basil Brockley my protein can consist of either tuna salmon or chicken I’ll coat everything with Sarata and hot Szechuan sauce after few minutes I’ll pile on spinach. In separate bowl I’ll have plain salad. When everything is through cooking I’ll put everyrhing in the salad bowl. The sauces bring enough flavor but you can either add a little ranch or I will squeeze fresh lemon on top. Some people may think this is disgusting but I really like it and it is very flavorful.
Thank you Keith for your great insight. It’s a relief getting some positive feedback and keeps me hopeful on getting my life back and relief once again. It’s obvious I’m going to have to search for a new doctor who is experienced in dealing with gout. In the mean time I will keep on using 80 ml uloric maintain and sightly tweeting my anti inflamitory diet and using the tips provided. I’ll keep this updated on anything new. Thanks again
Thank you for the response. This can can give me some hope. My doctor thinks it should have kicked in by now and doesn’t want me to go any higher on uloric dose she doesn’t know what to do therefore referring me to a rheumatoid arthritis physician. I started taking Urloic 4 months ago started 40mg it initially worked I had 10 days without an attack and my Uric acid level was 5.5 then After a week I started getting more attacks once a week. My doctor had me on 80 mg urloic but doesn’t want me to go any higher. I should have asked but I didnt. My attacks are relentless and are just days apart with each other. Colchasene used to work with me but it doesn’t any longer, why I don’t know. Prednisone works for only couple days not a good drug to be on. My last level check was 6.2. My doctor is internal medicine doesnt handle gout often. I may need to change physicians or the rheumatoid arthritis doctor may help as well. Either way you bring up a lot of good points I really hope an increase in Uloric will do the trick.
Thanks for the remedy I will try it. I know things take time. I’ve tried alopernol for 4 months it didn’t work I’ve tried uloric also 4 months didn’t work. I gave everything plenty of time just haven’t been successful.