You should definitely talk to your Rheumatologist about Krystexxa therapy. That is the first place to start. If you don't have a Rheum doc, then ask your primary care doctor for a referral. Most of the Rheumatologists in the U.S. have received info on this therapy and some are using it on their chronic, refractory gout patients with great results. It is a therapy that will take dedication and compliance since it infused every two weeks over a two hour period, but it can be life-changing! Good luck!
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