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Assessing Your Gout Treatment Plan

  • You manage gout with diet and lifestyle changes. You take medicine in-between and during attacks. You make diet and lifestyle changes and you take medicine in-between and during attacks. You wait patiently until the discomfort ends.
  • You had an attack within the last week. You had an attack within the last month. You had an attack within the last 6 months. Your last attack was longer than 6 months ago.
  • Your attacks typically last 1 day or less. Your attacks typically last 2 to 3 days. Your attacks typically last 4 to 5 days. Your attacks typically last longer than 5 days.
  • During an attack, you are able to put your shoes on. Your gout attack are so painful you cannot even put your shoes on.
  • During an attack, you are able to walk and participate in light activities. During an attack, you are in too much pain to walk or participate in light activities.
  • You didn’t miss any days of work due to gout in the last 6 months. You missed 1 to 5 days of work due to gout in the last 6 months. You missed 6 days or more due to gout in the last 6 months.
  • You had your uric acid level tested within the last month. You had your uric acid level tested within the last 6 months. You had your uric acid level tested longer than 6 months ago. You don’t know when you last had your uric acid level tested.
  • You think your uric acid level was still over or equal to 6 mg/dL. You think your uric acid level was less than 6 mg/dL. You are unsure about your current uric acid level.

Are you satisfied with your current gout treatment plan?

Dissatisfied with current gout treatment plan
Not Satisfied
Satisfied with current gout treatment plan
Satisfied
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