How Much Gout Have You Got?

Does anyone ask you how much gout you’ve got? No! It’s pointless as you either have gout or not. So just learn your uric acid level. Then set a safe target.

Asking How Much Gout Have You Got is like asking How Pregnant Are You?

It’s totally pointless! Even worse than pointless, it’s evil!

You might wonder how a blood test result can be evil. Let me explain.

I’m a male. Like the post menopausal woman who wrote to me about her uric acid test results, a pregnancy test has no value to me. But I know how important they are. Imagine if a pregnancy test result came back with a Normal Range.

Normal range for children = 1.1-1.4

If it’s your first child, you’re worrying how to get another third of a child. If it’s your second, you’re worrying which bits they’ll chop off. If it’s your fifth, do you worry about infanticide?

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There’s No Blood Test For Gout!

There’s no blood test for gout. But medics don’t understand. Gout is not normal. Excess uric acid is dangerous. Say no to normal uric acid. Fight back now.

People thought I was talking about a blood test for gout, earlier. I was careful to explain about uric acid blood tests.

It’s an important distinction, because it affects your gout diagnosis, and subsequent treatment. Blood test results can suggest gout, but they are not testing for gout.

Think of it like testing a car. You can check if there’s enough fuel in it. But that won’t tell you why the car won’t start.

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Sharing Your Uric Acid Blood Test Results

Why is sharing your uric acid blood test important? Most doctors don’t understand the results. Normal uric acid can be dangerous. Make sure you’re safe now.

Sharing your uric acid blood test is important.

Let’s look at how you can share your uric acid blood test results. But first, let me tell you why it is important to share.

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