Febugot Tablet Used For Controlling Uric Acid

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Javeid Says:


I had higher uric acid and creatinine levels of 1.5. Doc prescribed Ubexa 40 to control it and later another Doc prescribed Febugot 40 or 80. Which medicine is most suitable for treatment and at what strength?



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Javeid Says:

Presence of uric acid in the blood increases joint pain an d since taking the febugot 80,my uric acid level came down.The medicine seems more effective than Ubexa 40 here are other med for lowering of uric acid in the blood

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Javeid Says:

I was diabetic with sugar level in the blood-fasting more than 150 and PP more than 200.First I was taking Metformine and gileperide tablets .Glucose level was not controlled with thjese medicines and I was prescribed insulin(Novomix 30) 12 u in the morning and 18 u before dinner/. This continued for several years.Recently I was diagnoised having Collitis and Doc prescribe Sazo 1000,Morease ,Cyra D and vsl3.I took the midicines for four months.I was surprised that my blood sugar came down and had fasting 97 to 120 mg/dl and PP 120 to 150.Which normal.I do not understand how this miracle happened,was it by taking above med or any other phenomena?

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My uric acid is at 6.5% What dose of Febuget tablet should I take in the morning for reducing uric acid? For the past month I've been experiencing stiffness of fingers, back pain and scapular muscle pain.

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