Our expert says:
First he needs to go to a Dr and have a blood test to confirm his uric acid is elevated, he then needs to be on tablets (chronic medication) to lower the uric acid as well as seeing a dietitian about a diet to assist in this. certain foods will precipitat gout and he needs to know which foods to avoid.
Getting a pharmacy based treatment pack on an ongoing basis is not right he needs good medical management
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