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Joints are Popping ,cracking very much
I have a gout and take fabustat medicine but my joints are cracking, popping very much in a hrs.whats a problem
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May be other INFLAMMATORY arthritis may be coexisting WITH GOUT... U NEED TO CONSULT WITH ME DIRECTLY THROUGH PRACTO FOR COMPLETE DISCUSSION ON THIS .....! DR .SANDEEP SARAF AGARWAL
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That's normal , nothing to worry , exercise the muscles .
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Hello dear Cracking of joints is a normal phenomenon in most individuals however it does signify some kind of cartilage weakness in your joints. Exercises and cartilage supplement will do good for you. However there is no direct relation with gout. Also i am not sure if you have gout. Raised uric acid levels with no small joints pain is not gout.
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Don't worry..nothing major
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If its painless , nothing to worry, its normal
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Consult a Rheumatologist
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