Painfree from Gout and sleep apnea

I have read your experience about gout and sleep apnea. I read how your weight loss has reduced your sleep apnea diagnosis from severe to mild, but you still get some gout attacks. Please be aware that even mild sleep apnea is known to lead to very serious comorbid conditions. I hope that you take whatever steps are necessary to overcome your sleep apnea, mild though it may be. That may be all that is necessary to prevent any further gout attacks. It worked for me.

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Jan 27, 2009
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Painfree from Gout and sleep apnea
by: Anonymous

I would like to second the warning about sleep apnea. Even a case considered mild by health professionals can be a very damaging health condition. Make sure you take care of it. I wish I had before so much damage was done.

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