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I am a female of 44 years i was diagnosed with osteoarthritis.Now i have joint pain and join swelling.As much i urinate i feel less pain...and with less urination i feel more pain..i think my uric acid level is high. Kindly suggest me medication.
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Which joint is painful ? Uric acid usually does not result in large joint problems .
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WHAT ABOUT YOUR URIC ACID LEVEL? FIRST CHECK THE SERUM URIC ACID LEVEL AND CONSULT WITH ME DIRECTLY WITH PRACTO APP
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You may be having gout.kindly do serum uric acid RA factor anticcp antibodies CBC esr CRP
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decrease proteins in diet and do moderate exercise
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