8/16/2017

The side effects of gout treatment by medications

The side effects of gout treatment by medications

One of the most important and effective way to treat the gout is gout treatment with medications. Medication decreases the symptoms of gout quickly and effectively. Medication not only overcomes the pain of gout, it also halts the further gout attacks. A number of the medicines also reduce the amount of uric acid in the blood. High uric acid in the blood is referred to as the disease of hyperuricemia. Do not use any medicine alone, to begin with you should check with your health practitioner and take any medicine regarding the treatment of gout. Gout tests will require to decide the level of uric acid in the blood. After the test, when the gout is determined in your body. Only then you should go for the gout medication treatment. Some of the medications for treatment are,

Corticosteroids

This corticosteroids medicine is suggested by the doctor to that individual which does not respond to a non steroid anti inflammation drug or the patient not accepted this medication. If the corticosteroids treatments directly inject in the joint that is affected by gout, it will give you great relief and overcome the severe pain quickly and safely. There is also one disadvantage of this drug; the disadvantage is this you can not take this medicine regularly. If you use this medicine in regular basis then it will weak the cartilage and support the deterioration in the joint. In some cases when the patient does not respond to corticosteroids then doctor prescribed colchichines medicine.

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    Probenecid and Allopurinol.

    These two medicines are suggested by the doctor in order to regulate and decrease the level of uric acid in the blood. This medicine is usually given to the older patients for gout treatment. These medicines stops the development of the tophi.

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