Shingles is found among people with Gout, especially for people who are male, 60+ old, take medication Allopurinol and have Gout. We study 30 people who have Shingles and Gout from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Gout (uric acid crystals building up in the body) can be treated by Allopurinol, Colchicine, Indomethacin, Uloric, Colcrys (latest reports from 14,225 Gout patients)
Shingles (a painful, contagious rash caused by the chickenpox virus) has been reported by people with renal failure acute, weakness, drowsiness, speech impairment (adult), depressed level of consciousness (latest reports from 25,586 Shingles patients).
On Aug, 20, 2016
30 people who have Gout and Shingles are studied.
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Hi Everyone, I study ways to stay healthy. Along the way I studied Neurological symptoms, knowing what I already know about vitamins and minerals I felt that could be a connection with well rounded knowledge. What I found was most if not all of those symptoms had a common deficiency. Something kept sounding wrong though. Then I looked into Acidic Crystals and how too much acid in the body prevents mineral absorption. Not only does it prevent absorption properly it forms acidic crystals that cause`s inflamation and pain. It is my belief these crystals are also associated with Morgellon`s Disease. Fibers mixed with GMO vegatable dna. The fibers could be partly acidic crystals. I also believe these crystals can form anywhere in the body causing Gout, Fibromialgia, Arthritis, ALS and on and on. Why not Shingles also ? It seems to be the real reason minerals are not absorbed, result it opens the door to pain and who knows what else. My own personal experience is Cherries and Milk ( do not drink skim milk ) resolved a real problem. I`ve seen cherry concentrate get rid of Gout in 5 days also. Look into this deeply because I am confident many can benefit with it. It may be just that simple. Garlic can get rid of many infections if that occurs also.
I have had the shingles blisters for a week, they are now starting to dry out. However, I am nauseated, I vomit, I am exhausted, and have a recurring temperature. Does anyone else have these complications?
60+ male with high uric acid with a big toe gout flair once every year or two. I was prescibed allopurinal and on the fourth month I came down with shingles. Should I continue with allopurinal with shingle rash and pain as doctor suggests. My thoughts are to stop that medicine after looking ...
Just started taking Metformin about a month ago and I started getting pain in my right ankle. It them moved into my left toe. A little swelling, redness and can't touch it without major pain. I pity all of you that have endured this for any length of time. Going to the Dr. soon but wanted to ...
Hi, I have had a painful case of shingles over my shoulder and am left with lingering itchiness. During this episode I have also developed heart racing, it feels like adrenaline. I am having cardiology tests and had tests for thyroid but all normal. Has anyone else experienced this after ...
I have suffered from Crohns disease with its chronic diarrhea, have had 3 resections of the Ileum, have been suffering from severe breathlessness now for 4 years, and have been experiencing 3 attacks of Gout in my left knee in the last 5 weeks. I am most concerned about my breathlessness and ...
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