Uric Acid Drops by Allen
Elevated uric acid levels in the blood, a condition known as hyperuricemia, can lead to various health issues, the most common of which is gout. Gout is a type of arthritis caused by the accumulation of urate crystals in joints and tissues, resulting in pain, inflammation, and discomfort. The symptoms of gout and hyperuricemia can vary in severity and may include:
- Acute Gout Attack Symptoms:
- Sudden and intense joint pain: Often affects the big toe, but can also impact other joints like the ankles, knees, fingers, or elbows.
- Swelling: The affected joint becomes swollen, tender, and may appear red and warm to the touch.
- Heat and redness: The affected area may become hot and turn red due to inflammation.
- Limited mobility: Pain and swelling can make it difficult to move the joint.
- Chronic Gout Symptoms:
- Recurrent attacks: Gout attacks can come and go, with varying durations and severity.
- Tophi: Over time, urate crystals can form deposits called tophi beneath the skin, usually around joints, fingers, and elbows. Tophi are often painless but can be disfiguring.
- Hyperuricemia Symptoms:
- Some people with elevated uric acid levels may not experience gout symptoms but can still have related health issues.
- Kidney stones: Urate crystals can also accumulate in the kidneys, leading to the formation of kidney stones. Symptoms can include severe pain in the back or side, as well as pain during urination.
- Joint discomfort: Even without full-blown gout attacks, elevated uric acid levels can cause mild joint discomfort or stiffness.
- Ledum Palustre
- Colchicum Autumnale
- Acidum Benzoicum
- Lithium Carbonicum
- Berberis Vulgaris
- Lycopodium Clavatum
- Bryonia Alba
- Rhus Toxicodendron
- Arnica Montana
- 15 drops in a little water, 3 times daily or as advised by your physician
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