Symptoms of Gout
Symptoms of gout are swelling, pain and stiffness around the        affected area.
Gout develops in stages startingfrom asymptomatic hyperuricemia,     to acute gouty arthritis, tointercritical gout until ...
Asymptomatic meaning absence of   symptoms while hyper meansexcessive and uricemia refers to the presence of uric acid in ...
During the asymptomatic phase   you may not exhibit any      symptoms of gout.
Gout may develop into an acute gout    attack. This is when pain mayincreasingly be felt around the joints.
Whenever this condition has notbeen addressed, gout moves to   the next stage known as     acute gouty arthritis.
Acute gouty arthritis is   characterized by sudden,intense pain that is unbearable even to the slightest of touch.
Acute gouty arthritis occurs in the middle of the night with swellingfrom the affected joint radiating to        the affec...
Your skin appears shiny, tight and red in color while some people   may even feel a chill along         with a mild fever.
The next stage is intercritical gout.
The time between gout attacks may  be characterized as periods of          feeling normal.
Gout symptoms may often be felt without warning with periods becoming shorter     with more intesity.
Whenever gout remains untreated it  leaves permanent damage andcauses a life of misery to the person.
In extreme cases uric acid can beseen as lumps under the skin, called tophi, that may cause permanent      damage and defo...
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Symptoms Of Gout

  1. 1. Symptoms of Gout
  2. 2. Symptoms of gout are swelling, pain and stiffness around the affected area.
  3. 3. Gout develops in stages startingfrom asymptomatic hyperuricemia, to acute gouty arthritis, tointercritical gout until chronic gout.
  4. 4. Asymptomatic meaning absence of symptoms while hyper meansexcessive and uricemia refers to the presence of uric acid in the blood.
  5. 5. During the asymptomatic phase you may not exhibit any symptoms of gout.
  6. 6. Gout may develop into an acute gout attack. This is when pain mayincreasingly be felt around the joints.
  7. 7. Whenever this condition has notbeen addressed, gout moves to the next stage known as acute gouty arthritis.
  8. 8. Acute gouty arthritis is characterized by sudden,intense pain that is unbearable even to the slightest of touch.
  9. 9. Acute gouty arthritis occurs in the middle of the night with swellingfrom the affected joint radiating to the affected limb.
  10. 10. Your skin appears shiny, tight and red in color while some people may even feel a chill along with a mild fever.
  11. 11. The next stage is intercritical gout.
  12. 12. The time between gout attacks may be characterized as periods of feeling normal.
  13. 13. Gout symptoms may often be felt without warning with periods becoming shorter with more intesity.
  14. 14. Whenever gout remains untreated it leaves permanent damage andcauses a life of misery to the person.
  15. 15. In extreme cases uric acid can beseen as lumps under the skin, called tophi, that may cause permanent damage and deformities.

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