What Causes Gout?
What causes gout (Gouty Arthritis) is the development of excessive levels of uric acid in the blood stream that cause a condition known as hyperuricemia. This in turn results in the build up of urate crystals in and around the afflicted joints making movement painful and difficult. It is a painful form of arthritis and, is characterized by painful flare-ups that may be concentrated in the big toe (a symptom known as podagra), as well as swelling and pain in the ankles, knees, feet, wrists or elbows. Flare-ups from gouty arthritis can last days or weeks, and commonly occur at night. Left untreated, gouty arhritis can cause permanent damage to joints and kidneys, according to the National Institutes of Health.
Have you been diagnosed with Gouty Arthritis? Are you suffering from one or several of the symptoms of gouty arthritis? Have you lived with pain from arthritis far too long?
Flexcin is the perfect answer to this question. Why? Because of a breakthrough discovery of an all-natural compound called Cetyl Myristoleate that was developed in conjunction with a government sponsored research program at the National Institutes for Health by Dr. Harry Diehl. It was discovered that a certain strain of white albino mice were born with this powerful natural compound and were completely immune to arthritis and joint pain conditions.
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