Gout Attacks & Vitamin D Testing

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Gout attacks can be very painful. The allopurinol may be causing a temporary increase in these attacks, but you should continue taking it anyway. Issues around vitamin D are the subject of debate in the medical community. An article claims that vitamin D deficiency is not a pandemic as is often claimed, and many people are getting tested for vitamin D and taking vitamin D supplements unnecessarily.
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