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    Al O’Purinol

    Thai boxing or Muay Thai as it is also known as cured my gout. Might seem a bit far fetched but it worked for me. Thai boxing is carried out in bare feet which improves circulation in the feet and ankles considerably. So now I go twice a week and haven't had a flare up in a long while. Yippy


    Hello ! 28 M with gout and trying to make my way back to amatuer boxing. i’ve been experiencing big-toe joint pain whenever i try to run on a treadmill or stand straight for that point. im worried that if i start kicking (muay thai) again i will trigger gout attacks/flares. can u share a bit more of your experience?

    Keith Taylor

    Don’t even think about an impact sport that might stress damaged joints until you get uric acid safe.

    Post your uric acid test result history, and I’ll give further advice on how you can avoid serious joint damage.

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