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1/6/14 2:13 P

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I think it is great that you are tracking for those of us who suffer from Gout. I find that asparagus, mushrooms and spaghetti sauce, along with red meat are prime triggers for my gout. I was diagnosed 3 years ago and have long been tracking the flare-ups in my right toe and the osteoartritis all over. If I sit still for too long it becomes hard to move around. Drink water, lots of it! Any other ideas I will certainly mull over, I also take daily medication to help keep it at bay.

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6/25/13 7:46 P

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Hi and welcome!

We're a pretty small group, but a few of us are regular posters. I'm the "research guru" - I don't actually have gout myself. I'm just here trying to keep the forum active for the folks who need info or support.

Take a look around at some of the more recent threads and comment if you feel like it. We'd love to know more about you!

~ Declutter my current batch of paper and clerical To-Do's by
~ Getting all my daily personal clerical upkeep tasks done in the first hour of the day and
~ Scheduling my workday workouts like I would schedule a meeting and
~ Scheduling a defined half hour for lunch, when I work/play only on personal business

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6/25/13 12:43 P

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I am from Canada and suffer from quite bad gout attacks, I usually get it in one foot for about a week or so then once it settles down I get it in the other foot for a week or so..
But I am learning to deal with it the best I can..Seeing a specialist this week..

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