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Horrific foot pain,& swelling,started after sugery.Doctors dont know cause! HELP PLS!

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  • Posted By: VPN120608
  • March 9, 2009
  • 06:46 PM

Hi, i am a 24 year old female and i have been dealing with a constant right foot pain for over a year now. I have been to at least ten different doctors and they have no idea. I am hoping someone can help. Here is the series of events that got me where i am.

7-19-2007 Had surgery on both pinkie toes. I was getting very bad calluses and the doctor said shaving off excess bone on both toes will help get rid of the problem.

10-18-2007 Right pinkie toes ended up healing to the side. Doctor preformed procedure in his office. He cut a piece of skin off and flapped over the remainder of the skin to try and straighten the toe out again.

11-2007 About two weeks after this procedure i started to have this uncomfortable cracking feeling in my foot. It wasn't really painful, i just felt like my bones in that foot needed to be cracked. Kinda like the stiff strange feeling you get when you need to crack your knuckles.

12-2-2007 By this time i told my doctor about the cracking feeling and he brushed it off saying it was nothing to worry about. I believed him until this day when the uncomfortablness turned into pain. I was trying to decorate our christmas tree when i told my husband that i have to go lay down because i was in pain and i told him to be prepared to take me to hospital if it got any worse.

12-3-2007 I woke up SCREAMING in pain. It was horrible. My husband rushed me to the emergency room. I told the doctor about my recent surgery and he said it wouldn't have anything to do with it. He sent me home saying i had a sprained ankle and gave me pain killers.

12-7-2007 My foot started to swell at an alarming rate and the pain intensified as it swelled. I couldn't eat,sleep,drink,walk, or even talk because the pain was all i could think about. Pain killers did nothing to help the pain. I spent all day screaming and crying until my mom came over and said she was taking me to the hospital. We went and my mom told them about the surgery and once again they told us it wouldn't have anything to do with it. He had my blood tested and told me that my uric acid level was just a little high and that it was gout. He sent me home with crutches and some gout meds and said i should notice a change in the pain within three days.

12-11-2007 Well three days came and went and the horrific pain would not let up. It swelled even more and turned red and started burning. It was getting to the point where i was seriously considering cutting my foot off. The pain was so unbearable. There were times i could almost feel something goes through the bones of my foot and ankle almost like eating it away. Once that started i couldn't take it anymore. I was screaming so bad i had my sisters and mom crying and screaming too. They all grabbed me and threw me in the car and rushed me to a different emergency room. Once again we told about the surgery and the doctor said it would have nothng to do with it. He took x rays and saw nothing and then sent me home saying i had cellulitis. he gave me a prescription and sent me on my way.

12-11-2007-later that night- I got home and the horrific pain didn't let up. The doctor had given me Toradol,a pain reliever, which also did NOTHING for the pain. Finally when i had asked my sister to cut off my foot she decided enough was enough and took me back to the er. She got into a arguement with doctors and i was finally admitted. Over the next two days i was pumped with antibiotics and a mixture of some type of pain reliever and steroids. The swelling went down and the redness and burning went away. All the pain did not disappear though. I was released and refered to a rhumatologist.

12/2007-06/2008- I went to the rhumatologist and had and mri which came back fine. Over the next six months i was put on the most effective and dangerous arthritis medicine out there. It made me so sick but I kept taking it. I still had constant pain and even though it was manageable it still changed my whole life. The medicine didnt work and i was told there is nothing else she could do for me.

6/2008-Present Since i stopped seeing her i have been to numerous doctors and undergone numerous tests. I recently had another mri,x rays and nuclear bone scan which came back finding nothing. I dont know what to do anymore. This constant pain has completely changed my life. I can only stand for ten minutes before i have to sit because the pain intensifies if i dont. I cannot wear a sock or closed toed shoes because my foot starts to swell with any type of pressure on it. I cannot take walks with my husband and dogs. I cant walk in a store without having to sit every few minutes or i have to be pushed in a wheel chair. This has changed my life forever. My husband wants to start having kids and I cant even imagine doing that. I can barely stand the pain i have bearing my own weight, let alone carry a child and gain more.

If someone has went through anything similar please let me know. Maybe you got diagnosed and could let me know what my doctors are missing. At one point they thought it was a bone infection(osteomyelitis) but they said it would have shown up on the bone scan and mri. So, please, if anyone can help let me know. I dont have anyone else to turn to. All my doctors have given up. I cant deal with this pain anymore and i want to go back to leading a normal life. I really think it had something to do with the surgery. I just want to get rid of this pain and go back to my life.

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  • HiAfter reading your letter am almost sure you have erythomelalgia.Please go into the TEA web site and it has all the information you will need.the bad thing is there is no cure only things that will help. I am sitting here with gel packs on my feet.please do use ice water it will cause alot of problems.I have had this for 4 years but in Oct 2008 is when I found out what I had.Pease take care and never give up Connie
    spencer2009 7 Replies Flag this Response
  • First off I am so very sorry for all the pain your dealing with an do hope you will find an answer. Look into the possibility of RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) or the other name CRPS(Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) what your going through sounds a lot like how mine started. I too had foot surgery and after the swelling in my foot wouldnt go away it was red and purple color and the pain was horrible. When it comes to RSD, finding a doctor to rule it out is the hardest, before I was diagnosed I saw over 56 doctors in 3 states. There arent really any tests to diagnose RSD, the doctor will go over history and look at syptoms mainly to diagnose. The best kind of doctor that I have found that knows most about RSD is Anesthesiologists, or Pain Clinics, there are some neurologists do know about RSD but its a rare find. I hope this helps a bit, try looking at this web site, http://www.rsds.org/2/what_is_rsd_crps/index.html. I do hope you find your answer, I know how fusterating it can be without a diagnosis. Niki
    nikiski1 35 Replies Flag this Response
  • Gout can cause an awful lot of pain; I had it until I took a product called "Goutrol". It worked really quickly. You would probably need to order it online if you decide to give it a try. You might want to try acupuncture, too.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
  • Yes, go to a pain clinic. Maybe the drug Lyrica could help with the nerve pain, but the swelling looks horrific. Where do you live?
    rad-skw 1605 Replies Flag this Response
  • Yes, go to a pain clinic. Maybe the drug Lyrica could help with the nerve pain, but the swelling looks horrific. Where do you live? I actually was put on Lyrica and took it for three months. Unfortunatly it did nothing to help me. We tried different doses and still nothing. He then wanted to inject something into my foot once he realized the pills were not working and I said no way. I have enough problems and i will not have them just shoot things into me without knowing what is wrong with me. I do not remember what he wanted to inject in my foot. I will go through my records and check though. I have not went to a pain clinic. I have HMO, do you think I would need a referal? I live in Marengo, it is a very small town about 60 miles west of Chicago.
    VPN120608 7 Replies Flag this Response
  • Most all of the Pain clinics and pain specialists I have been to I didnt need any referals and just made the appointments myself. You can look in your area and move outward but I do know there is very good pain specialists at Rush University in Chicago, that is where I got some of my treatment. When I was sick and was told I need to see a pain specialist I really didnt think that was my answer, but after 5 months of going to 56 doctors this specialist diagnosed me in 15 min. of seeing me. If lyrica didnt work try Neurontin many people with different pain take this including for RSD, when I was at cleveland clinic everyone in the program no matter it back pain or nerve pain were on this. Niki
    nikiski1 35 Replies Flag this Response
  • But have they ruled out deep venous thrombosis??? Especially in the right common iliac vein!
    Felsen 510 Replies Flag this Response
  • But have they ruled out deep venous thrombosis??? Especially in the right common iliac vein!I am not sure. Do they come up on MRI's? I had it done with and without contrast. If not then no. My dad died in 2006, at the age of 54, from a Pulmonary embolism. I have told every doctor about my dad and they said I shouldn't worry about it. My dad had Parkinsons disease and he got to the point where he could no longer walk. He retired and in less than a year he was gone. They told me that there is no reason to worry about that because my Dad has problems that caused his blood clot to form. They told me to try and walk and move as much as i can. I do push myself everyday to move around, as hard at it is. What kinds of tests need to be done to rule this out?
    VPN120608 7 Replies Flag this Response
  • HiAfter reading your letter am almost sure you have erythomelalgia.Please go into the TEA web site and it has all the information you will need.the bad thing is there is no cure only things that will help. I am sitting here with gel packs on my feet.please do use ice water it will cause alot of problems.I have had this for 4 years but in Oct 2008 is when I found out what I had.Pease take care and never give up Connie This does sound very similar to what i am going through. I decided to print up the information and i brought it to my doctor yesterday. Lets just say my doctor didn't listen to one word i said and REFUSED to even read it! He told me that information online is all lies. Then he told me i will be fine and to just stay home and be a house wife, that i dont need to work! Here i am going through horrible pain everyday and he basically tells me to just deal with it?! My whole life has changed and I am suppose to accept it without a reason to explain why? My husband and I want kids and that is out of the question at this point. I can barely walk with my own weight, let alone to gain more with carrying a child. To even take care of a child would be impossible. I also lost my job because of this. I can't even drive! I just dont know where to turn anymore. Doctors are not hear to help the patient. They just want your money. Well at least the ones i have dealt with. I was wondering how you can get tested to see that you have this? Are there any tests? There is actually not much information online about this? Does this eventually leave the person completely disabled? If I were to have a child will it cause more flare ups? There is just so many questions i have about this and it seems there is not a lot of answers out there. Is there a specific specialist i should go to? Let me know if you have a chance. Thank you.
    VPN120608 7 Replies Flag this Response
  • Gout can cause an awful lot of pain; I had it until I took a product called "Goutrol". It worked really quickly. You would probably need to order it online if you decide to give it a try. You might want to try acupuncture, too. When I first got this problem they told me it was gout and i took medication for it for about a week and it did nothing. My levels were around 6.7-6.8. Right on the border. They also told me to stop eating rich foods and that it is what would cause it. The problem was is that i didnt eat any of the foods that they claim caused it. They said one of them was meat and i do not eat much meat at all. I am not a vegitarian or anything, i am just not one who enjoys meat everyday. Maybe once or twice a months, and its either chicken or ground beef. Thats it. Anyways, when I finally saw a rhumotologist she felt that i did not have gout. She claimed that rarely does it happen to someone my age and its more likely in a male then a female. She also said that it usually does not swell up the entire foot. Also, my sedementation rate was 72% and she said never would gout cause it to be so high and it was the highest rate she has ever seen in a patient in her whole career. So, it could be possible but I dont know. Can gout last this long? I dont know much about it and i never looked into after she said she didn't feel it was gout.
    VPN120608 7 Replies Flag this Response
  • First off I am so very sorry for all the pain your dealing with an do hope you will find an answer. Look into the possibility of RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) or the other name CRPS(Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) what your going through sounds a lot like how mine started. I too had foot surgery and after the swelling in my foot wouldnt go away it was red and purple color and the pain was horrible. When it comes to RSD, finding a doctor to rule it out is the hardest, before I was diagnosed I saw over 56 doctors in 3 states. There arent really any tests to diagnose RSD, the doctor will go over history and look at syptoms mainly to diagnose. The best kind of doctor that I have found that knows most about RSD is Anesthesiologists, or Pain Clinics, there are some neurologists do know about RSD but its a rare find. I hope this helps a bit, try looking at this web site, http://www.rsds.org/2/what_is_rsd_crps/index.html. I do hope you find your answer, I know how fusterating it can be without a diagnosis. Niki Can RSD be caused by a surgery? Is this something my doctor did wrong? could it have been prevented? I had no problems before the surgery besides the calluses. I was completely fine. I go in for a minor thing and come out with my whole life changed. I was suppose to be off work for 3 weeks and now its been a year and 8 months! I lost my job because of it. It was a good job and I loved it. I really feel it was the surgery. I am going to try and go to the pain clinic but I will have to make sure our insurance covers it. We had just bought our first house right after the surgery and we both thought i would have a pay check coming in too. Now my husband took on all the bills and we have to be careful where i go because we cant take on too much else. This problem has just changed our life so much.
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  • I have also made an appointment with a neurologist for next week. My new podiatrist refered me to this doctor so I can have some nerve zapping/tapping done. Has anyone heard of this or had it done? I dont know if it would be benificial. My pain feels like it is my bones. I forgot to mention i cannot move my foot in a circular motion or move it 90 degrees up or down. It causes too much pain.
    VPN120608 7 Replies Flag this Response
  • I believe the test he is talking about is a nerve conduction test, I had this done but it really didnt do anything for me, it didnt help with a diagnosis and just caused me more pain. The only reason I think you should rule out RSD is because of the surgery, your story sounds so much like what I went through. After my surgery I had everything you are saying the pain, swelling, unable to stand for long, cant wear a sock or shoe without more pain and swelling. Like you I too made many ER visits a total of 10 visits in 2 weeks and every time told them of the surgery and like you they said it had nothing to do with it, to find out it had everything to do with it. Like you I too went through every test imaginable MRI's,, MRA's, bone scans, CT's, blood tests, biopsies and nearly everything came back relitively normal, I even was at the mayo clinic for one month but even they couldnt figure it out. They also looked into the possibility of a bone infection, and arent still 100% sure I dont have one. One of my orthopedics I have now told me that not all bone infections are visible by scans such as mri's, bone scan. He told me he has had many patients come to him and all the scans were normal but after a bone biopsy it came back possitive. Its also good to get RSD ruled out, because if you do have it the longer it goes un-treated the more possibility it wont go into remission, and may spread pass the origional injury. That was my problem it took to long before I was diagnosed which resulted in my RSD spreading past my foot to now full body including me internal organs which is just a nightmare. I greatly hope you find your answer whatever it may be. Niki
    nikiski1 35 Replies Flag this Response
  • I was not a registred member, and was just browsing some message boards, like I always do hoping to run across something that may help me with my terrible foot pain. I have going thru my saga for 3.5 years, without being able to find a doctor that can help me. I have been seeing a pain management doctor for about 2 years now. I just saw a rheumatologist today, no help. I really feel for you and your pain. You are right, it changes your life, puts it on hold, you almost can't think of anything else. I believe the test you are going to have is an EMG. My Nureologist did one recently. It is not fun. They run current which feels similar to household current thru a small needle which they imbed in your skin, in several dozen places. It is a diagnostic tool. It made me hurt about twice as bad as I had previously, and it took weeks for the pain to return to normal. The test was inclusivie, so it was a waste of time for me. I hope it is beneficial to you. I have also been on lyrica, cymbalts, norco 10/325, almost no help. The funny thing is, I also live in Marengo. What is the chance of that. The pain management Dr. I am seeing is over by Memorial Medical center on Doty Rd. (centegra), Dr. Nasaruddin. He is pretty good. You will need a referal. Good Luck!Mike
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  • Sounds like osteoarthritis as it only effects your foot and not multiple joints. It therefore isn't rheumatoid arthritis (RA) either. However I read that surgery can definitely cause osteoarthritis, especially in the feet. I don't think it's gout though, mainly because gout is very rare in women of your age...
    NeverGiveUpBoy 26 Replies Flag this Response
  • When I first got this problem they told me it was gout and i took medication for it for about a week and it did nothing. My levels were around 6.7-6.8. Right on the border. They also told me to stop eating rich foods and that it is what would cause it. The problem was is that i didnt eat any of the foods that they claim caused it. They said one of them was meat and i do not eat much meat at all. I am not a vegitarian or anything, i am just not one who enjoys meat everyday. Maybe once or twice a months, and its either chicken or ground beef. Thats it. Anyways, when I finally saw a rhumotologist she felt that i did not have gout. She claimed that rarely does it happen to someone my age and its more likely in a male then a female. She also said that it usually does not swell up the entire foot. Also, my sedementation rate was 72% and she said never would gout cause it to be so high and it was the highest rate she has ever seen in a patient in her whole career. So, it could be possible but I dont know. Can gout last this long? I dont know much about it and i never looked into after she said she didn't feel it was gout. I think there is a type of atypical gout; mine lasted for months and months with no relief from the typical gout meds. After a couple of days on the Goutrol, I experienced total relief of months and months of pain so severe that it kept me awake and my entire foot was swollen. The formula changed with the Goutrol, however, but it is probably worth a try. Here is another product that looks good: http://www.micronutra.com/uricinex.htmlI would give acupuncture a try, for sure, along with the supplements. Traditional medication is not helping you but you do need to be sure that it is not a blood clot.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
  • Your symptoms suggest RSD. It is a clinical diagnosis. Usually all Radiology investigations show (if at all) some degree of osteopenia (loss of bone). Nerve conduction usually can not pick up this due to involvement mostly of autonomic nerves. Unfortunately it is very difficult condition to treat. As you have experienced steroids would relieve some pain but only for short period of time. You have not mentioned your current medications. Medications that can work (to some degree) are Neurontin/ Tegretol/ Clonidine/ Procardia and Amitryptiline in combinations. Your doctor need to work closely to find the right combination and then keep on top of it. Nerve/Ganglion block has worked in my patients but usually does not last long (although i have 1 patient who had relief even after 2 years).You are young and I hope you find the right treatment. good luckHi, i am a 24 year old female and i have been dealing with a constant right foot pain for over a year now. I have been to at least ten different doctors and they have no idea. I am hoping someone can help. Here is the series of events that got me where i am. 7-19-2007 Had surgery on both pinkie toes. I was getting very bad calluses and the doctor said shaving off excess bone on both toes will help get rid of the problem. 10-18-2007 Right pinkie toes ended up healing to the side. Doctor preformed procedure in his office. He cut a piece of skin off and flapped over the remainder of the skin to try and straighten the toe out again. 11-2007 About two weeks after this procedure i started to have this uncomfortable cracking feeling in my foot. It wasn't really painful, i just felt like my bones in that foot needed to be cracked. Kinda like the stiff strange feeling you get when you need to crack your knuckles. 12-2-2007 By this time i told my doctor about the cracking feeling and he brushed it off saying it was nothing to worry about. I believed him until this day when the uncomfortablness turned into pain. I was trying to decorate our christmas tree when i told my husband that i have to go lay down because i was in pain and i told him to be prepared to take me to hospital if it got any worse. 12-3-2007 I woke up SCREAMING in pain. It was horrible. My husband rushed me to the emergency room. I told the doctor about my recent surgery and he said it wouldn't have anything to do with it. He sent me home saying i had a sprained ankle and gave me pain killers. 12-7-2007 My foot started to swell at an alarming rate and the pain intensified as it swelled. I couldn't eat,sleep,drink,walk, or even talk because the pain was all i could think about. Pain killers did nothing to help the pain. I spent all day screaming and crying until my mom came over and said she was taking me to the hospital. We went and my mom told them about the surgery and once again they told us it wouldn't have anything to do with it. He had my blood tested and told me that my uric acid level was just a little high and that it was gout. He sent me home with crutches and some gout meds and said i should notice a change in the pain within three days. 12-11-2007 Well three days came and went and the horrific pain would not let up. It swelled even more and turned red and started burning. It was getting to the point where i was seriously considering cutting my foot off. The pain was so unbearable. There were times i could almost feel something goes through the bones of my foot and ankle almost like eating it away. Once that started i couldn't take it anymore. I was screaming so bad i had my sisters and mom crying and screaming too. They all grabbed me and threw me in the car and rushed me to a different emergency room. Once again we told about the surgery and the doctor said it would have nothng to do with it. He took x rays and saw nothing and then sent me home saying i had cellulitis. he gave me a prescription and sent me on my way. 12-11-2007-later that night- I got home and the horrific pain didn't let up. The doctor had given me Toradol,a pain reliever, which also did NOTHING for the pain. Finally when i had asked my sister to cut off my foot she decided enough was enough and took me back to the er. She got into a arguement with doctors and i was finally admitted. Over the next two days i was pumped with antibiotics and a mixture of some type of pain reliever and steroids. The swelling went down and the redness and burning went away. All the pain did not disappear though. I was released and refered to a rhumatologist. 12/2007-06/2008- I went to the rhumatologist and had and mri which came back fine. Over the next six months i was put on the most effective and dangerous arthritis medicine out there. It made me so sick but I kept taking it. I still had constant pain and even though it was manageable it still changed my whole life. The medicine didnt work and i was told there is nothing else she could do for me. 6/2008-Present Since i stopped seeing her i have been to numerous doctors and undergone numerous tests. I recently had another mri,x rays and nuclear bone scan which came back finding nothing. I dont know what to do anymore. This constant pain has completely changed my life. I can only stand for ten minutes before i have to sit because the pain intensifies if i dont. I cannot wear a sock or closed toed shoes because my foot starts to swell with any type of pressure on it. I cannot take walks with my husband and dogs. I cant walk in a store without having to sit every few minutes or i have to be pushed in a wheel chair. This has changed my life forever. My husband wants to start having kids and I cant even imagine doing that. I can barely stand the pain i have bearing my own weight, let alone carry a child and gain more. If someone has went through anything similar please let me know. Maybe you got diagnosed and could let me know what my doctors are missing. At one point they thought it was a bone infection(osteomyelitis) but they said it would have shown up on the bone scan and mri. So, please, if anyone can help let me know. I dont have anyone else to turn to. All my doctors have given up. I cant deal with this pain anymore and i want to go back to leading a normal life. I really think it had something to do with the surgery. I just want to get rid of this pain and go back to my life.
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  • vpn A mri will not show you if you have erythromelalgia. My family Doctor knows nothing about erytromelalgia. I went to a Neurologist and he did all kind of test. And came up with the EM. There is a web site that has a lot of information. Just go on TEA web site and you will learn alot about this.Hope things get better for you.
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  • Mike, It is very odd to have someone going through the same thing, live so close! Especially since this is such a small town! I wanted to let you know i checked into seeing the doctors at that pain clinic and they are not covered under my insurance and since I have lost my job because of this, i am under my hsbands insurance and his isn't very good. Most of the places covered are not really that close. I actually did find a great doctor in glenview and she has been working with me for a month now trying to help me. I will be going to a pain clinic out there to help me with this pain. They are skipping the Lyrica because i have tried it with no success. I really think you should try going to the place I am currently working with. I go to Illinois Bone and Joint Institute. I have honestly never met any other doctor who has devoted so much time and energy to me. She even gave me her home phone and e-mail so i could contact her at anytime. They are wonderful doctors and really care about their patients. I dont know if you will even read this message, since it took me so long to respond, but if you do, let me know if you want the number. Vanessa :) I was not a registred member, and was just browsing some message boards, like I always do hoping to run across something that may help me with my terrible foot pain. I have going thru my saga for 3.5 years, without being able to find a doctor that can help me. I have been seeing a pain management doctor for about 2 years now. I just saw a rheumatologist today, no help. I really feel for you and your pain. You are right, it changes your life, puts it on hold, you almost can't think of anything else. I believe the test you are going to have is an EMG. My Nureologist did one recently. It is not fun. They run current which feels similar to household current thru a small needle which they imbed in your skin, in several dozen places. It is a diagnostic tool. It made me hurt about twice as bad as I had previously, and it took weeks for the pain to return to normal. The test was inclusivie, so it was a waste of time for me. I hope it is beneficial to you. I have also been on lyrica, cymbalts, norco 10/325, almost no help. The funny thing is, I also live in Marengo. What is the chance of that. The pain management Dr. I am seeing is over by Memorial Medical center on Doty Rd. (centegra), Dr. Nasaruddin. He is pretty good. You will need a referal. Good Luck!Mike
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  • This does sound very similar to what i am going through. I decided to print up the information and i brought it to my doctor yesterday. Lets just say my doctor didn't listen to one word i said and REFUSED to even read it! He told me that information online is all lies. Then he told me i will be fine and to just stay home and be a house wife, that i dont need to work! Here i am going through horrible pain everyday and he basically tells me to just deal with it?! My whole life has changed and I am suppose to accept it without a reason to explain why? My husband and I want kids and that is out of the question at this point. I can barely walk with my own weight, let alone to gain more with carrying a child. To even take care of a child would be impossible. I also lost my job because of this. I can't even drive! I just dont know where to turn anymore. Doctors are not hear to help the patient. They just want your money. Well at least the ones i have dealt with. I was wondering how you can get tested to see that you have this? Are there any tests? There is actually not much information online about this? Does this eventually leave the person completely disabled? If I were to have a child will it cause more flare ups? There is just so many questions i have about this and it seems there is not a lot of answers out there. Is there a specific specialist i should go to? Let me know if you have a chance. Thank you.for gout a home remedy is to eat cherries for about two weeks like you would as desert or a snack. cherries can help in uric acid control
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