My choice is Nat mur 1m single dose (after all like cures like ) Phos in complementary may be given in 30 potency if needed. . @Adv :- *saltfree and sugar free diet strictly. *exercise and meditation. *must involve GHANA OIL in daily food instead of refined. It will decrease the high triglycerides due to omega 3 fatty acids. *do routine check up regularly. *green leafy vegetables. Thank you. Best luck. Keep posting follow up.
BSL Elevated - DM Uric Acid - Gouty Arthritis DM and GOUT may cause DIABETIC/GOUTY KIDNEY. Investigate in detail for Renal Function.
@First of.all Diabetes should be controled .
Totality along with anamnesis everything points to Causticum. Modality of pain is not mentioned but aggravation on walking is quite likely. Warts and history of chickenpox are also showing Causticum. The description fits broken down senile - again belonging to Causticum. Arsenic alb could make a good follow up since blood sugar is high. Please give single dose of Causticum 200. Later arsenic alb 30.
@A.K.Srivastava. Syzyzium Jam Q 20 drops with water Thrice daily and Sarsaparilla 6 thrice daily.
Syzigim jam Q twenty drops thrice a day. Thuja- 200 helpful medicine.
Dr.Debashish, what kind of pain-- throbbing , pulsating. If great toe is involved throbbing pains, redness, heat, touch agg, motion agg,cold damp weather agg, then think of Colchicum.
Lycopodium 1m one Dose dry on tongue.
@Dr. Venkatesh K. N. @Dr. Akshay Ingole @ @Dr. T Sankar
urtica urens, Magnesia phos , Rhodenderon , syje. jambolinum Q 20drop bid , Natrum mur 200 single dose , wkly,
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Friends today I am discussing about High uric acid problem. Patient have pain in joints in sole of feet just take pain killer never try to rule out whether uric acid is high or any other cause. I am telling in detail. Hyperuricemia (High Uric Acid) What Is Hyperuricemia? Hyperuricemia is an excess of uric acid in the blood. Uric acid passes through the liver, and enters your bloodstream. Most of it is excreted (removed from your body) in your urine, or passes through your intestines to regulate "normal" levels. Normal Uric acid levels are 2.4-6.0 mg/dL (female) and 3.4-7.0 mg/dL (male). Normal values will vary from laboratory to laboratory. Also important to blood uric acid levels are purines. Purines are nitrogen-containing compounds, which are made inside the cells of your body (endogenous), or come from outside of your body, from foods containing purine (exogenous). Purine breaks down into uric acid. 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Only about 20% of people with elevated uric acid levels ever develop gout, and some people with gout do not have significantly elevated uric acid levels in their blood. Symptoms of Hyperuricemia: You may not have any symptoms. If your blood uric acid levels are significantly elevated, and you are undergoing chemotherapy for leukemia or lymphoma, you may have symptoms kidney problems, or gouty arthritis from high uric acid levels in your blood. You may have fever, chills, fatigue if you have certain forms of cancer, and your uric acid levels are elevated (caused by tumor lysis syndrome) You may notice an inflammation of a joint (called "gout"), if the uric acid crystals deposit in one of your joints. (*Note- gout may occur with normal uric acid levels, too). 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Shortness of breath, chest pain or discomfort; should be evaluated immediately. Feeling your heart beat rapidly (palpitations). Bleeding that does not stop after a few minutes. The top five homeopathic medicines for elevated uric acid levels include Colchicum, Benzoic Acid, Ledum Pal, Guaiacum, and Lithium Carb. Colchicum – Homeopathic Medicine for Uric Acid Colchicum Autumnale (commonly known Meadow Saffron) is a homeopathic remedy derived from the freshly dug up bulb of herb colchicum autumnale. This herb belongs to the family Liliaceae and is a native of Great Britain and Ireland. Colchicum is especially indicated in cases where high uric acid levels give rise to the onset of gout. There may be a sharp pain in the great toe. The affected parts may be swollen and very hot to touch. There could be great sensitivity to touch along with extreme pain. The pains could be more intense in the evening and at night. Colchicum may be indicated almost as a specific medicine in most cases of high uric acid levels. Slightest effort to move the legs gives rise to a sharp, shooting and unbearable pain in the toe. Walking may also be difficult. The person needing this remedy has intense swelling and pain in the big toe that is worse from motion. The toe pain also worsens from slightest touch, with the tendency of evening aggravation of the toe pain. Benzoic Acid – Homeopathic Medicine for Uric Acid When Signs Show up In Urine Benzoic Acid is homeopathic medicine for uric acid that is indicated when the signs of high uric acid show urinary symptoms. Uric acid crystals may be deposited in the kidneys or the urinary tract, giving rise to stones. On examination, the urine may exhibit very high levels of uric acid. The color of urine may also keep changing from dark brown to pale yellow. Benzoic acid may also be indicated when there are joint complaints, like a crackling sensation in the joints. The great toe may be swollen, causing difficulty in walking or even moving the limb. Cracking in the knee joint on movement may also be felt. In some cases, nodes from the deposition of urate crystals may be present on the knees. Homeopathic medicine Benzoicum Acidum also works well in cases of knee pain gets worse from drinking wine. It is also indicated as a general medicine in all cases of raised uric acid levels. Ledum Pal – Homeopathic Medicine for Uric Acid with Ankle Pain Ledum Palustre is a homeopathic medicine derived from a small flowering shrub, commonly known as Marsh tea. Marsh tea is a low growing evergreen shrub that only grows up to a height of one meter. The shrub belongs to the heath family and is a native of northern Europe. It is also widely distributed in British America and around Canadian lakes. Ledum pal is indicated when the high levels of uric acid in the blood result in the deposition of the crystals in the joint spaces. The first attack of pain could be triggered by an increased intake of meat or alcohol. Ledum Pal is a very beneficial homeopathic medicine for gout leading to ankle pain. The person needing Ledum Pal has pain and swelling in the ankle. The pain from the ankle may radiate up the leg, and movement tends to intensify the ankle pain. Guaiacum – Homeopathic Medicine for Uric Acid Homeopathic medicine Guaiacum is prepared from the resin obtained from the woods of Guaiacum officinale. Commonly known as Lignum Vite Resin, it belongs to the family Zygophyllaceae and is a native of tropical America. It is a well-indicated remedy to treat high uric acid levels and works well in chronic cases where the deformities and contractures set in. Intolerance to heat in any form, the affecting joints being extremely hot to touch, bad smell from the body are other symptoms. It is given in acute cases where the affected limb is painful, stiff and immobile. Lithium Carb – Homeopathic Medicine for Uric Acid with Stiffness Lithium Carb is a homeopathic medicine used to treat raised uric acid levels. The high levels of uric acid give rise to an unusual stiffness all over the body. Another peculiar feature is itching all over the skin of the joints. The pains are relieved by pouring hot water. Uric acid may get deposited in the joint spaces to give rise to nodosities which can be felt externally. The nodes may also be felt in the finger joints. In severe cases, they may be felt in the ear pinnaDr. Rajesh Gupta11 Likes24 Answers