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Talk to your doctor today.

Options are available to help relieve your gout pain, prevent future attacks, help keep your uric acid level below 6 mg/dL and help manage your long-term gout.


Print this Gout Awareness Survey to help you discuss your gout treatment during your next doctor visit. Before you print the results of your survey, please answer these optional questions:

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Gout Awareness Survey Results


Gout Awareness Survey Results

Doctor,

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

What treatment plan and options are available to help me manage my pain, keep my uric acid level below 6 mg/dL, and help manage my long-term gout?

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