As we age, kidney function may decline and the risk for gout increases. People who previously had infrequent intermittent attacks may begin to experience more frequent, more debilitating attacks. Many effective treatments for gout exist, and only your father’s care providers can decide on just the right ones. Interestingly, gout appears to protect people from developing rheumatoid arthritis, and they are rarely to never seen together
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