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What is gout?

Gout is the most common type of inflammatory arthritis. Attacks usually come on very quickly, and this sudden onset of symptoms is known as an acute attack.

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Gout

Gout is often said to be the most painful form of arthritis. Symptoms include intensely painful, red, hot and swollen joints, and it most often affects the big toe.

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Gout

Your stories about living with gout.

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How can changing my diet help with gout?

If you’re prone to attacks of gout the most useful changes you can make are losing weight, and drinking less alcohol and more water.

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Gout - a step closer to the elusive 'cure'

Gout, the most common form of inflammatory arthritis, is supposedly easy to treat. But a new study shows that misconceptions of this painful condition are preventing effective treatment. Jane Tadman reports.

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Gout - it's no laughing matter

If gout can be cured, why is it on the increase and why are so many people still suffering? A new Arthritis Research UK study may shed some light on why gout is still about – and how it can be treated more effectively.

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Gout: common and curable?

If gout is supposedly curable why are so many affected people still suffering? Experts Edward Roddy and Mike Doherty explain what gout is all about.

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Gout

Data and statistics on how common gout is and how it affects general practice in the UK.

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People with gout 'at greater risk of developing diabetes'

People with gout have been found to be more likely to develop diabetes, a trend that is more pronounced in women than men.

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