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Will the combination of allopurinal and colchicine be effective without pegloticase?

Posted 29 Nov 2014 by jeremiahzayin 2 answers

Colchicine first doze is 1.2mg followed by 0.6 mg after 12 hours and then once daily at 0.6mg. Allopurinol given at 100mg daily. The combination was intended for severe gout attack. What should be avoided when taking this drug combination?

How do I treat gout in the wrist?

Posted 12 Dec 2010 by nate dymond 2 answers

My uncle has gout in the wrist and it hurts bad, so how can he ease the pain? He already has been taking Celery Circulation and pain pills. It's swollen and in alot of pain!!!

Can you take allopurinol and indomethacin at the same time?

Posted 10 Aug 2015 by Rnelson1000 1 answer

I have been prescribed allopurinol 300mg and just started. It seems like the gout has gotten worse since taking it so I am continuing to take indomethacin. Should I up my dosage of allopurinol? Will taking both medications rid me of gout attacks, or will I continue with issues by taking both meds. ...

Allopurinol and indomethacin can be taken at the same time?

Posted 11 Feb 2010 by mfvdelacruz 2 answers

this question is regarding gout. my husbands foot is starting to have pain and its a litle bit swollen now. i have allopurinol 300mg and indomethacine 75mg can he take bothe of them at the same time? we dont have medical insurance and cant go to the doctor. he was given allopurinol before when his ...

Yes or no with regard to stopping allopurinol during gout flares?

Posted 6 Sep 2013 by jdt60 2 answers

I have been using allopurinol for more than 15 years with only occasional gout flares in my left knee and most recently in my right hand. My latest Uric acid id 5.6 . The doctor I saw today told me it was important to STOP taking the allopurinol during a gout flare-up. I have never been told this ...

When are best times to take meds such as meloxicam, potassium chloride, allopurinol? Am or pm?

Posted 24 Mar 2013 by mbrosenne 1 answer

I take Prilosec 40mg in am before anyting but I am wondering about ones I mentioned. I do take numerous other meds but meloxicam is the most worry since I developed 3 ulcers and a pseudo cyst on pancreas. I has a CABG X3 in dec 2011

Can I take both Allopurinol 300mg & Indomethacin 25mg at the same time during an acute gout attack?

Posted 18 May 2015 by scosop 1 answer

Or should I suspend taking the Allopurinol(my daily maintenancew drug) when I have an acute attack and begin taking Indomethacin?

For how long allopurinol should be used?

Posted 22 Dec 2009 by fofiat 1 answer

Effect of allopurinol on warfarin?

Posted 3 Feb 2013 by kianchan 1 answer

Can allopurinol make gout attacks worse?

Posted 8 Jun 2010 by Pooh9348 2 answers

I was prescibed 100mg allopurinol (for gout) along with Lisinopril 20/hctz 25 (for HTN)Is this safe?

Posted 24 Mar 2012 by jsccos 1 answer

I filled the above Rx's but have not taken them yet. After reading of the dangers of taking ACE inhibitors along with Allopurinol I am reluctant to take them.

Why allopurinol would cause male infertility?

Posted 4 Aug 2010 by DereviaS 1 answer

In the package insert, male infertility is indicated as a possible side effect of the drug. On the other hand, it is known as an anti-oxidant, which may be beneficial for fertility. Thus, should allopurinol be avoided by men who have low sperm quality or the other way round?

How can a tart cherry pill reduce uric acid?

Posted 31 Jul 2018 by flower farm 1 answer

I am currently taking allopurinol (100mg) for gout. is the Cherry pill used for that?

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