Febuget 40 Tablet Used For High Uric Acid Level

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Bidhu Says:


I am hypertensive and on medication. I am also taking Febuget 40 as of the last 3 months. No relief is noticed and my uric acid level is not coming down below 6gm%. Please advise what to do? What tests should I do to know my kidney status?


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Dr Sushama Says:

You may have insulin resistance which may be the cause for hypertension. Please check RBS, Lipid profile, Serum Insulin, Serum copper and Serum zinc.

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Riaz Says:
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I have been feeling acute pain in my knees and back. As per diagnosis I have 5.6 uric acid. I have been using medicines for many years but no relief. Any suggestions.....?

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Elan Says:

Hi,

I had higher uric acid levels (9) and my doctor advised me to take Febuget 40. After taking this for some time, my uric acid level got down to 2.6.

Should I stop taking Febuget 40 or should I go for a lower dose of Febuget?

Please advise. Thanks.

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