Gout

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  1. Snowbird

    Snowbird Funster Life Member

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    Well as uncle Bartley would have said I have been living to high on the hog.
    Felt a twinge of the gout today so now back to normal eating.
    To much red meat,cream cheese,red wine and brandy.
    Gout....the curse of the foodies.
    Last nights boeuf bourguignon was good though.::bigsmile:
     
  2. pappajohn

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    Curse of the foodies Dave !!!!

    also known as the ailment of kings......which would you rather be ? :ROFLMAO:
     
  3. Snowbird

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    Like I said John, have been living to high on the hog lately.
    Will have to move down the pig a bit. Perhaps trotters tonight:Eeek:
     
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  4. Road Runner

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    Hoy mister look after yourself!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

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    Dunno about gout, went to the quacks a few months ago about a very sore elbow, quack said gout, turned out to be a bit of 'tennis elbow'

    Gone now.

    Peter
     
  6. Havewheelswilltravel

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    Drink cranberry juice will ease or clear it up.
    Hope you can live the high life again soon :ROFLMAO:
     
  7. BionicPixie

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    Eat cherries; drink cherry juice or get cherry supplements ....

    The cherry reduces the uric acid levels in the body and help; better than cranberries.

    Also drink more fluids to flush and reduce the levels of uric acid.

    I learned a lot when himself was struck with it ... and our Dr said that each person has a different trigger substance but cherries would help.

    Tried them it worked .....
     
  8. MadMerv

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    You have my sympathy, i suffer with this in my ankle/side of my foot, but i have kidney problems as well....seems to bring a smile to most peoples face when mentioned!!! but is soooooooooo painful.:Sad:
     
  9. tiggs

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    My husband has suffered for 5-6 years now and changed both our diets to chicken and some fish he only has one kidney working so hospital says this is the problem as he does not filter out all of the acid he is on tablets now every day and much better though does get the odd attack there is a web site that gives you triggers and safe food tried the cherry route but did not work for him but everyone is different but try to avoid foods high in purine hope this link works
    http://arthritis.about.com/cs/gout/a/foodstoavoid.htm
    tc Tiggs
     
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  10. Landy lover

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    Been there and had the T shirt - very very painfull - always hits my toes ankle generally right foot which is enought to stop me driving - always carry tablets now and when I feel it coming on take tablets for 2 or 3 days and it passed over if I dont it takes near a fortnight to be back to normal.
     
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    Woke up this morning right knee throbbing. Time to get the old Diclofenac out :cry: Been told Cranberry juice is good for it but cant stand the stuff. Time to lay off the sea food me thinks
     
  12. Larrynwin

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    My dad had a dog called Gout. He would kick it up the backside and shout GOUT :winky:
     
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    Believe you me it is no laughing matter :cry:
     

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