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How to reduce high uric acid level
I recently done my kidney function test. It is found that uric acid level measured is high 9.2 mg/dl. How can I reduce this level.What are the treatment options available.
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Non-vegetarian diet and foods high in uric acid can raise uric acid levels. Repeating uric acid levels is an option before starting any treatment. Diet modifications is first step in treatment.
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Dietary modifications are less of pulses and non veg. You can start tab febuxostat 40 mg OD x 3 months and stop after repeating uric acid levels
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First of all.. Dietary modifications.. Low protein consumption... Avoid non veg, paneer... Regular exercise and walk. Medicine to be started and  dose to be decided depending upon severity of symptoms and body weight
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Diet as advised
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Avoid non veg food especially red meat... You can start on tab febuxostat 40 mg  od
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