Category Archives: Gouty arthritis

Ten ways to save money on tootsies

Image via Wikipedia One money-saving tip for each toe: For one big toe: Gout. You don’t need prescription medication to treat gout (usually). Save yourself an office visit by using OTC anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen, naproxen, or aspirin for … Continue reading

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Save money on gout

A typical case of gout attacks the big toe.  ‘Attack’ is the critical word. Image via Wikipedia   As these two images demonstrate, gout usually effects the metatarsophalangeal joint – the joint where the toe joins the foot.  Image via Wikipedia However, … Continue reading

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