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I’m female, 76 years of age and a gout sufferer. My attacks started to increase just over a year ago.

I started to take probiotics, mainly for healthy bowels, but for the past 12 months, I haven't had a gout attack. I just thought that you might be interested, because I'm sure that there's a connection.
Renee Rowlands, via email

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