Translation of gout in Spanish:


gota, n.

Pronunciation /ɡaʊt//ɡaʊt/


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    gota feminine
    • There are health benefits to sour cherries, which include relieving many types of pain such as arthritis, gout, and even headaches.
    • He has a history of arthritis, gout, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
    • He is said to have extracted medicine from plants and treated diseases such as appendicitis, gout and arthritis.
    • Their common affliction was gout, an arthritic condition that causes spells of intense pain, most often in the big toe.
    • The juice of the nettle is good, she says, for a variety of ailments - arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, allergic rashes and prickly heat.
    • Many readers have reported that sour cherries can ease the pain associated with gout and even arthritis.
    • Recent studies have revealed that cherries offer an assortment of health benefits including the ability to offer natural relief from joint pain caused from gout, arthritis and joint inflammation.
    • Doctors have found that excessive weight also increases the risks for diabetes, gout, coronary heart disease, asthma, gallbladder disease, infertility and some types of cancers.
    • Metabolic disorders such as gout increase the level of waste products in the urine and have a similar affect in causing bladder stones to grow.
    • It may clog the kidney and prevent the excretion of waste such as uric acid, causing gout.
    • In rare cases, higher dosages may cause hepatitis, gout, or hyperglycemia.
    • The physician also should ask if the patient has a history of gout, pseudogout, rheumatoid arthritis, or other degenerative joint disease.
    • The goal is to prevent recurrent attack of acute gout.
    • Several recent studies have suggested that dairy consumption may help control weight and blood pressure and reduce the risks of health problems such as coronary artery disease and gout.
    • Patients with acute coronary syndromes or undergoing coronary stenting often have multiple risk factors for acute gout or pseuodogout.
    • An acute attack of gout may take up to seven days to settle.