It doesn't appear to increase uric acid ... gout is not stated as a side effect.
Please see the link below.
The fact that this question is asked, worries me to say the least. I have been taking Pravastatin for a month and I am presently undergoing the worst episode of gout/arthritis related knee joint pain. My only change is the abandonment of simvastatin and adoption of Pravastatin.
- Pravastatin Information for Consumers
- Pravastatin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Pravastatin (detailed)
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