Fuck to you my knee

Arc Lite

As big as your Imagination...
Apr 25, 2005
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Fuck you to gout and Barkers Cyst. Fucking gout. Isn't that the disease of kings or something? Went to the ER again today with a knee that looked like had a softball inside of it. After ultrasound turns out to be a fucking Barkers cyst and after draining found that it was also gout. Fucking bullshit. And fuck you to the hospital for not giving me morphine this time. Instead I get a fucking script for Ibuprofren. Thanks, but not thanks. I have a 200 count bottle at home.

At least it wasn't a fucking clot like I was worried that it was.
 

Jimbo929

Check out my big c**k
Jul 26, 2005
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I feel your pain (really) I have gout as well. My GF is a nurse, and to limit my episodes with the terrible toe pain, she makes me drink 100 ounces of water a day. It seems to help, and keeps everything flushed out. Also I read that tart cherry juice is a good natural remedy.

Good luck Bro
 

Arc Lite

As big as your Imagination...
Apr 25, 2005
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Thanks for the tips. It sucks. I guess I have toe pain to look forward to now.
 

CougarHunter

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Mar 2, 2006
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Get a 7 day course of indomethacin 50mg 3 times a day, take with food (important) to clear up your immediate symptoms. Then take allopurinol 300mg daily to keep the gout from returning.

This stuff is pretty cheap and relatively harmless so a doc should just hand you the scrip with no issues.

Has worked for me for years now with no reoccurance.
 

izzy izkowitz

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May 23, 2007
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Get a 7 day course of indomethacin 50mg 3 times a day, take with food (important) to clear up your immediate symptoms. Then take allopurinol 300mg daily to keep the gout from returning.

This stuff is pretty cheap and relatively harmless so a doc should just hand you the scrip with no issues.

Has worked for me for years now with no reoccurance.
be careful with the allopurinol. I was switched over to that from colchicine by my doc and it triggered the most massive attack I have ever had. went back to the colchicine and haven't had a real attack in a year and a half. every now and then it fells like one is going to come on but then it goes away without any real trouble.