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Thank you for your responses!
Just a quick follow up, when you do at home monitoring (say on a daily basis) with current uric acid tests, do you see a correlation between flares and uric acid levels?
Or, if you have had a flare in the past and then you begin to monitor your uric acid daily, does that knowledge of what your levels are help prevent you from getting another flare (or a worse flare)?
Thank you for this! Your comments are really helpful! If anyone else would also like to comment, the more information I have the better to make decisions about what would best help patients.
I posted elsewhere but I think this might be the best thread. I’m a Ph.D researcher looking to help people with gout monitor their uric acid levels. One of the things that my team is looking at is continuous monitoring of uric acid levels non-invasively (i.e. not a blood test).
I’m looking to get in touch with some of you, through this forum. So, please see my topic: Continuous uric acid monitoring.