It is a metabolic disease which affects both males and females. Gout is one of the types of arthritis, where the joint inflammation, to begin with in the great toe in many cases, occurs due to a metabolic dysfunction. There is a deposition of Uric acid in and around the joint causing severe painfulness, swelling and restricted mobility of the affected joint.
Hyperuricemia is the underlying cause of gout. This can occur for a number of reasons, including diet, genetic predisposition, or under excretion of urate, the salts of uric acid. Renal under excretion of uric acid is the primary cause of hyperuricemia in about 90% of cases, while overproduction is the cause in less than 10%. About 10% of people with hyperuricemia develop gout at some point in their lifetimes.
Primarily Great toe is a commonly affected joint; however, Gout may affect elbows, knee or small joints later by chronic deforming arthritis.
The affected joints are red, swollen and painful to touch with characteristic aggravation at night.
The urine is offensive and pale-yellow in colour.
Avoid all dietary items rich in urates like tomatoes, spinach, lemon, etc.
Drink plenty of water and don't hold your urine.
As mentioned above, the basic aim is to imHaving understood that Gout is caused by the constitutional factors, it calls for constitutional approach towards its treatment. The constitutional approach involves evaluation of the individual factors inclusive of one's personal and family history (ascertaining the genetic tendency), while planning a long-term treatment. Homeopathic approach to Gout treatment is more of a totalistic approach. Homeopathy is very strongly suggested for the treatment of Gout. mediately stop the bleeding. Once that is done, then with deep acting Constitutional Homeopathic remedies, the tendency for recurrent epistaxis can be cured.
- Routine Blood
- S. Uric Acid
- Urine Routine