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There are various over the counter supplements available for gout but there is no credible medical evidence that the supplements are safe, effective, and perform the way they claim.
Common supplements for gout are:
- Omega-3 fatty acids
- N-acetyl cysteine
- Inositol hexophosphonate (IP-6)
- Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)
There are herbal supplements that have been found to effectively reduce inflammation including devil's claw, bromelain, and turmeric.But there is no scientific proof and any authentic medical research done on ways these work.
The treatment of gout includes:pain relievers such as acetaminophen/Tylenol or other more potent analgesics,anti-inflammatory agents such as nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), colchicine, and corticosteroids are used to decrease joint inflammation.Mmedications to decrease uric acid blood levels like probenecid (benemid) and sulfinpyrazone (anturane). These medications are prescribed by your doctor for the treatment of gout.
So bot***** *****ne is although supplements are generally safe but there is no scientific proof about their effectiveness in general.Consult your doctor before taking any supplements & take the regular treatment as prescribed by your doctor.
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