Treatment with the two drugs could spell trouble for individuals at risk of arthritis, research suggests.
By SOLEN LE NET
Arthritis describes a broad range of inflammatory diseases, some of which are more painful than others. In gout, a surplus of uric acid in the body coalesces into sharp crystals that build up and spur inflammation in the joints. Pain and swelling are common symptoms, but as attacks intensify the condition can become increasingly debilitating.Continue reading “Two blood pressure drugs may cause sharp crystals to fuse in the joints – gout attack risk”