Gout Support

Gout Support Update 2015
Please note that the gout forums are moving to a new website. Please visit GoutPal’s Gout Network for the latest gout forums, and more interactive gout support services.


GoutPal Interactive is the world’s biggest and best gout support network.

It is run by a gout sufferer, Keith Taylor, and it has contributors all over the world.

My aim is to help you understand and work with your doctor to fix your gout. In this day and age, there is no reason to suffer, but lack of knowledge and understanding can put you on the wrong track.

Everything you need to fix your gout is on GoutPal.com. I explain all aspects of gout symptoms, gout treatment, and gout diet. In an ideal world, that is all you need, but sometimes we all need a little personal care.

Here on GoutPal Interactive, I give you all the personal gout support you need.

If you do not understand what your doctor has told you about gout, I will explain it. If you do not know what to ask your doctor, I will help you frame the questions in a way that suits you. We are lucky to have hundreds of fellow gout sufferers chip-in with their experiences and opinions.

Sometimes sad, often funny. Sometimes heated, often joyful. This is a place for real people with real emotions, where we find real answers.

To get your personal answers, start by asking in the gout forum.

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  1. Thanks for the response Keith. To answer your question on more data for me: My Uric Acid Levels are typically between 5 and 5.5 I have been on 300 MG daily of Allopurinol for about 5 yrs. now. In my “blueberry experiment” I would consume 1 to 2 tablespoons of blueberries per day. Regarding my other Fructose input – didn’t pay much attention to it. I typically do not drink soft drinks.

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