Gout is a complex and common form of arthritis amounting to 10 million cases per year in India. The disorder normally affects the big toe first.


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What is Gout?

Gout is a common type of Arthritis caused by a build-up of uric acid (a breakdown product of purines) crystals in the joints. It is characterized by intense pain, swelling & stiffness in a joint. The condition typically affects the joint in the great toe initially thereby spreading to ankles, elbows, knees etc. It has also been related to an increased incidence of cardiovascular & metabolic disease.

The 4 stages of Gout are:

Asymptomatic hyperuricemia: It is the preliminary stage of gout wherein the blood uric acid levels are high causing the formation of crystals to begin. It is devoid of any noticeable symptoms.

Acute gout: It is the result of any incident (a night of heavy drinking) which causes a spike in the uric acid level. This triggers an attack of gout. The condition may last only for a week before recurring within a year.

Interval gout: It is the time period between the attacks. Despite there being no visible gout, low-level inflammation may be damaging the joints below surface-level.

Chronic tophaceous gout: This is the final stage which develops among people whose uric acid level remains high through the year. The attacks become more frequent & serious.

Causes and Risk
Factors of Gout

Excess intake of food rich in protein may increase the buildup of uric acid in the body that can lead to gout

Lack of water consumption leads to dehydration which also increases the risk of gout

People who lead sedentary lifestyle are more likely to develop gout

Traumatic joint injury or prior surgery is another reason of developing gout

Obesity, Diabetes, Hypertension, Lymphoma, Chronic Kidney Disease, Psoriasis, such underlying conditions can be the risk factors of the disease

Men are more susceptible to the condition while after menopause women become more vulnerable to it

Signs & Symptoms of Gout

Sudden and severe pain that typically increases during the night or early morning

Affected areas turn warm, red, swollen & tender, characterized by an intense burning sensation

Limited range of motion

Persistent discomfort after the most severe pain subsides

Complications of Gout

  • Development of nodules under the skin called Tophi (deposition and crystallization of hard uric acid)
  • Erosion and destruction of affected joints
  • Accumulation of urate crystals in the urinary tract resulting in formation of kidney stones

Healthy Tips

  • Drink plenty of water to flush out the toxins from the body
  • Maintain a healthy body weight to reduce the risk of gout
  • Avoid foods that increase the risk of gout flare-up
  • Do regular exercises recommended by an expert to stay fit and active
  • Refrain from taking over-the-counter drugs as these can worsen the condition
  • Avoid high-purine foods to prevent the risk of gout attacks
  • Get proper sleep at night because this may lower uric acid production

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