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Uric Acid Level

Uric acid is a waste product generated in the body due to digestion and absorption of food. It is produced when the body breaks down chemicals called purines. It gets dissolved in the blood and excreted through the kidneys. High uric acid levels occur in the body when uric acid is not eliminated by kidneys efficiently. It occurs due to intake of rich foods, being overweight, diabetes, and taking diuretics. It is reduced by losing weight, avoiding sugar and alcohol, and reducing intake of purine-rich foods.

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Are my uric acid levels high as mentioned in the lab reports?

Query: Hello doctor, I want to ask for some advice regarding a laboratory result recently. My uric acid is quite high based on the laboratory reports. Is it correct?  Read Full »

Dr. C. Elanchezhian

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Your uric acid level is just increased (attachment removed to protect the patient's identity). Do you have any complaints? I would suggest you take grapefruit, oranges, pineapples, and strawberries. They are all great sources of vitamin C, which lowers your uric acid le...  Read Full »

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