mrs A

by mrs. A
(Canberra Australia)

I am in my mid fifties, pretty healthy with bad sore big toe, later swelling appeared on the top of my foot which stayed . I was told by my doctor that it wasn't gout, because I was the wrong sex and too young.She thought it might be Mortons nueroma. However recently my second toe has gone red ,swollen as if it has been stubbed.Hev any women reading this had similar problems. I do walk a lot.

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Nov 28, 2013
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Thinks it's Gout
by: Anonymous

I started hurting 4 months ago I really thought I had a broke toe but the pain has worsened I also started being thirsty all the time,and pain in my index finger so than I started research looks like maybe it's gout haven't been to dr yet bit beginning to hurt a lot . No good not to have ins.

Oct 03, 2011
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by: Anonymous

I had the same thing....u need to get your blood tested and they will know...my primary doctor said i didn't have gout then it switched feet and got red on the top...once u get your uric acid levels tested you'll know..also when u have a possible attack the level may go down so u want to get tested again after the attack....good luck..my email is john.krueger@fctg.com
Let me know but more than likely gout, same path i took !!

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