Gout is usually a flare up kind of pain.
Fellow gout sufferer here. There's a ton of people that get gout and just are not sure what to do. So here's my information that I've learned in 11 years of fighting gout, and I seem to be getting it under control.
Best website Iâ€™ve found so far: www.best-gout-remedies.com.
When a person gets gout, you need to help your body do two things: not produce extra uric acid, and do an excellent job of getting rid of uric acid.
For gout attacks, indomethacine and/ or colchicine. You'll need scripts from your dr. for these.
For the rest of your life, do these things: drink lots of water, 1 oz for every 2 lbs of body weight, each day. Once or twice a day, sip on 8 oz of water mixed with 1/2 tsp of baking soda. Helps the body be more alkaline (opposite of acidic) and get rid of uric acid.
Take allopurinol every day. Very inexpensive and no side effects, youâ€™ll need a script for this. Helps the body get rid of uric acid.
Take celery seed pills. These may help the liver not to create so much uric acid. For diet, stay away from things that dehydrate the body, like beer and coffee. Don't eat organ meats, high fructose corn syrup. Avoid beer; red wine occasionally is ok. Eat lots of fruits and veggies, cottage cheese, sour cream, plain yogurt in smoothies mixed with orange juice and fruit. Drink fruit juices that are 100% juice, V8 VFusion is my favorite, it comes in many flavors.
Look into probiotics. A person really should take these after any antibiotics from a doctor. The probiotics help the immune system in the intestines.
Educate yourself on foods that are high in purines, avoid these foods as the body turns purines into uric acid.
Good luck to you!
Posted 3117 days ago