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Gout symptoms

Find out about the symptoms and complications of gout

Some foods can increase inflammation and discomfort, whilst others can actually reduce it and relieve pain. Discover which foods you should eat fewer of (some might surprise you) and what you should eat more of instead, when suffering from muscle & joint pain.

Discover suprising foods you should avoid

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Atrogel – Arnica gel for muscle and joint pain

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Arnica gel for relief of muscle pains, stiffness, sprains and bruising. 100ml size available.
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I have been aching down my right side from the top of my leg to just above my knee. I can't move after I have sitting or lying down. I have to hang on to something until it eases off. I am also very moody because I'm not sleeping for more than 5 hours. I feel drained.

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As the A. Vogel Muscles and Joints advisor, I recommend Atrogel® for the effective relief from aches and pains.

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Did you know?

While many foods can trigger gout, according to several studies foods rich in vitamin C (like oranges) could be the answer to reducing it. One such study found that the higher the intake of vitamin C, the more protection from gout.

Foods to eat to help banish gout
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