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What Is Gout?

What is Gout?

Gout is a relatively common form of arthritis that occurs when excess uric acid is produced and becomes crystallized inside body’s joints. Gout typically occurs in stages, starting with an increase in blood uric levels followed by a “gout attack,” which can result in pain that can last for more than a week. In those with chronic gout, attacks can be very frequent and permanent joint damage can occur.

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