1. Eat one or two uric acid-lowering drugs? The currently used uric acid-lowering drugs fall into two categories: reducing uric acid production and promoting uric acid excretion. The former includes allopurinol and febuxostat, the latter including benzbromarone. Special note: ibuprofen, futaline and other antipyretic analgesics, colchicine, hormones, etc. are… Continue Reading Eat one or two uric acid-lowering drugs?

  There is an uncle, 50 years old, slightly fat, hyperuricemia for more than 10 years, blood uric acid highest 620μmol / L, the lowest after diet control is 540μmol / L. He usually does not need medicine, and he uses a painkiller when there is a gout attack. A… Continue Reading Why are so many people unable to get rid of gout?

Gout is an ancient disease. In the past, gout occurred mostly in the wealthy, well-fed, and sorrowful, and it was given a nice name – “Imperial Disease.” In modern society, with the improvement of living standards, the food on the table is becoming more and more abundant, and it has… Continue Reading Keep away from high uric acid and gout

Aspirin, also known as acetylsalicylic acid, has a long history and is the earliest, most widely used and most common antipyretic analgesic for colds, fever, headache, toothache, and joint pain. Large doses have anti-inflammatory and anti-rheumatic effects, and small doses can also inhibit platelet aggregation. They are used for the… Continue Reading Be sure to know these adverse effects of aspirin

With the improvement of modern living standards and changes in dietary structure, gout has gradually extended to young people. We all know that gout is a metabolic disease caused by the deposition of monosodium urate into the joints. It is ultimately related to the reduction of purine metabolism and/or the… Continue Reading Stay away from these high purine foods, hyperuricemia and gout can be controlled