Two percent of Americans suffer from gout. It is more common for men around the age of forty to develop the condition while women see their chances increase once they hit menopause. Causes of gout are based upon genetics, certain foods, alcohol, obesity, and some medications such as diuretics. In this video Dr. Holly Atkinson explains some signs of gout and what you can expect from the doctor if you think you may have this condition.
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