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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?
Posted 24 Dec 2016 by Nicklefritz • 0 answers
Posted 11 Oct 2016 by bobf7441 • 0 answers
directed changes to my diet?
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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?
Posted 2 Apr 2016 by kingedwarde • 0 answers
weeks.The only pain I have now is in the joints of my fingers when I try to make a fist.
Posted 27 Jan 2016 by Tapati • 0 answers
I am a lady of 57 years of age having sevear pain under and back of my left heel for about 2/3 months. Diognosed gout and heel spur. First Dr prescribed me Allopurinol 200 mg ( 1 tablet daily) and indomethacin 3 tab daily. After taking allopurinol my pain aggravated,but indomethacin gave me some ...
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. ...
Posted 8 Feb 2016 by chrisetherton • 0 answers
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