Active ingredients: febuxostat
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I've been taking 20 mg Uloric for about 2 weeks. I've developed a skin rash in my arm pits and upper back. Can I continue taking it and hope the rash goes away or should I discontinue using it. There's very little itchiness and started putting hydrocortisone cream on it. I had a severe atopic dermatitis using Alloprinol where I was covered head to foot with a rash. I spent a night at the hospital for that because they didn't know what caused it. This rash with Uloric seems a lot milder. What are some options. I get frequent gout attacks every 4-6 weeks.
I have had Hyper Tension for a number of years and somewhere along the I also developed ED and continue to deal with it. Can or does either of these drugs and conditions contribute to my circumstance. I am not sure that I should be on Uloric. I developed Gout in my right several years ago and had surgery and was told that I would need to be on this medication for the rest of my life.
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I have taken uloric for 7 years, it was the only thing I have taken to control my gout. Off and on heart Palpitations. For the last 2 months I'm having them almost all the time PVC'S.....One in every 3rd beat.. Any help or answers, Please..
Started uloric a week ago. Am also on BP meds ramipril and metoprolol. A week ago BP ok. Had gout attack. Was on prednisone 40 mg for 3 days and the 20 mg and stopped due to high BP. But also started uloric same time. Not on prednisone for 4th day and BP 160/105 at night. Drops to 140/100 during the day. I thought BP rise related to prednisone. Can it be uloric?
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