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Zurig 80 Tablet 10's is an anti-gout drug, also known as a xanthine oxidase inhibitor, that is commonly used to prevent severe gout episodes or flares. Gout is a chronic illness caused by the crystallisation of uric acid in the joints. It's marked by excruciating pain and swelling in the afflicted joints. Zurig 80 Tablet 10's reduces pain, edoema, and inflammation produced by severe gout and avoids sudden episodes of discomfort.
It's routinely used to avoid severe gout episodes or flare-ups. Gout is a chronic illness caused by the crystallisation of uric acid in the joints. It's marked by excruciating pain and swelling in the afflicted joints. Zurig 80 Tablet 10's reduces pain, edoema, and inflammation produced by severe gout and avoids sudden episodes of discomfort.
How it Works?
The active ingredient in Zurig 80 Tablet is febuxostat. It works by blocking xanthine oxidase (an enzyme that helps your body produce uric acid), lowering the amount of uric acid produced in your body. As a result, it decreases uric acid crystal-induced inflammation in afflicted joints, lowering pain, swelling, and inflammation. Zurig 80 Tablet is a medication that helps to avoid gout episodes and flare-ups.
How to Use?
Zurig 80 Tablet can be taken with or without meals. The pill should not be chewed, crushed, or broken. With a glass of water, swallow it completely. Zurig 80 Tablet should only be taken if a doctor has prescribed them. Based on your medical situation, your doctor will tell you how long you should take Zurig 80 Tablet .
What is the purpose of Zurig 80 MG?
In adults, it is used to treat gout. Gout is an arthritic condition in which the body's naturally occurring uric acid builds up in the joints.
Is it safe to take Zurig 80MG over an extended period of time?
The dose and duration are determined by your doctor and vary from person to person. Even if you feel better, do not stop taking this prescription without consulting your doctor.
If I am fine and have no discomfort or swelling in my joints, may I quit taking Zurig 80MG on my own?
No, stopping a medication can cause uric acid levels to rise. It might also make your symptoms worse.
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