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High Uric Acid


Is there any Homeopathy medicine to control high serum Uric acid. My Uric acid is 7. I am on a daily dose of Zyloric.

  visionary601 on 2005-03-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Having checked the side effects of Zyloric - I wouldnt touch it with a bargepole.
You are dealing with a gouty condition - the end results of which can be quite severe .
There are a number of homeopathic remedies for gouty conditions.
Colchicum - Lycopodium - Nat Mur - Nux Vom - Puls - Sul .
To mentions some of the main ones.
Read up on these.
passkey last decade
try to avoid red wines and other foods known to aggravate this condition. Make sure to drink enough water and also drink one or two cups of nettle tea daily.
erika last decade

Thanks. I do not have Gout. High Uric Acid was discovered as part of a routine examination. I am wondering if it possible to control Uric Acid with homeopathy medicine in absence of any gout symptoms. I have only found Homeopathy medicines which treat gouty conditions but none for reducing High Uric Acid.
visionary601 last decade
high uric acid predisposes to gout. the remedies for gout would also treat this predisposition
erika last decade
Yes erika has it right
passkey last decade

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