Proton Pump Inhibitors

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Anita Says:
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Can someone enlighten me, please? I take the following medicines: Eltroxin, Cardicor, Zartan, Amloc, Puresis, Allopurinol, Plenish K, Ultimag, Estro-pause, Adco-Dol (for migraines. Allergic to everything else, also those supposed to be preventative.) My concern is the Allopurinol. I have read somewhere that it may cause sudden death. Because of the Puresis I have no alternative, as nothing I do dietwise, do anything to bring down the uric acid count. Please advise me, as I am with my back to the wall. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Also information concerning the negatives of proton pump inhibitors. Thank you ever so much.

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Kwesisipho e Says:
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I’m 74 years old and had gout cause by excess Utica acid for 10 years until I read on the internet the “CHERRY REPORT “. I now take two concentrated cherry capsules each morning and no gout in the last year. I walk 7 kilometers every day in the morning. It’s wonderful to have no more gout or inflammation in my body. Good luck.Kwesisipho

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Birdman Says:

At 67 I've had Gout for over 25 years and as well as three other types of Arthritis all of which are Auto-immune diseases. Nothing prescribed by doctors has helped and nothing I have found to this point has done any better, of which there are many! D3 therapy is next because it's a cellular modulator which is what is missing in auto-immune problems. I will let you know if it turns out to be a viable direction. For you're own health and well being please re-think all of those prescriptions you're taking at 74 that's a lot of stress you're putting on your system. I quite all my prescriptions x2 different times and made my doctors show me why I needed to take them (they couldn't) so I dont. I am not saying you should do what I did, but you should question you're Dr's if you really need to take all of them? Could be use full in living to 75! Good Luck!

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