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Uric acid content is 7.4 and MRI knee
I am 28 year old male with weight 73 kg,height 164 cm and had some right knee problem while coming down stairs . I also have higt TSH and presently have thyroxine sodium of 50mcg. Orthopaedic consultation suggested Right knee MRI and uric acid test. Uric acid is 7.4 mg/dl and knee MRi suggests " Minimal Joint effusion Present " and "Lower part of Patella showing small focal subchondral marrow edema centrally". Orthopaedic suggested an URIC acid medicine and Arthirities medicine. I tought of reffering to a MEDICINE doctor and he suggested that if URIC acid level is below 9.0 I should not have any uric acid medicine,rather I should change food habit .He also suggested of not having any Arthirities medicine and suggested to have just calcium and thyroxine sodium tablet. Kindly suggest if I need to take URic acid/arthirities medicine or not. I am totally confused
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Hi, see treatment depends on patients condition, if inspire of low level of uric acid if u have Complaints then doctor advise u medicine to help u out to reduce it. So u decide as per ur severity of complaints as both doctors r right on there part. I will also suggest u that if u want u can start with homoeopathy medicine as they r very well know to deal with complaints of urs n will help u to solve them permanently.
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