5/23/2018

Gout treatment medicines or drugs and their side effects

Gout treatment medicines or drugs and their side effects

Medication or drug is one of the most effective and useful methods to overcome and reduce the throbbing pain of gout attack. Medications and drugs are very essential for not only to ease and conquer the pain but also these medicines stop further gout episodes. Some gout treatment medicines are also target the increasing degree of uric acid in the blood of the body.

You should not intake any medicine and medication at your own, first of all you should consult to your doctor or medical practitioner and if he recommended any medicine next you should take that one. Your test will be perform to establish the uric acid level in the blood, if the presence of gout established in your body only then you should talk about the therapy and medicines.

Some of the most common medications and drugs used for gout treatment are as follows.

Nasaids

Corticosteroids.

Nasaids

NASAIDs are the most common and very effective drug or medicine which is used for the gout treatment. NASAIDs overcome the throbbing pain of gout attack and also reduce the swelling and redness of the affected joint. But unfortunately NASAIDs usually are not reducing the uric acid stage in the blood and also they don't remove uric acid crystals in the affected joint.

Corticosteroids

A gout patient does not respond to the medicine NASAIDs then the doctors prescribed this drug. This medicine can also produce immediate relief if the drug is injected directly into the affected shared. The only disadvantage this drug has is that you cannot take this medicine or drug at regular basis because this medicine can cause the declining of cartilage and this medicine also promote the worsening of the joints. Gout medicines and drugs do have their own side effects. The side effects can range from vomiting or dizziness to abdominal pain and headache.

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