Resting whatever joint is affected by the gout flare-up is one way of treating the condition, according to WebMD. An individual should rest the joint until the attack eases and for 24 hours after the attack. Other treatm... More »

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Home remedies for gout include drinking regular and decaf coffee; consuming moderate amounts of vitamin C, either in the form of supplements or from fruits and vegetables; and eating cherries and other dark-colored fruit... More »

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The best home remedies for gout include chilling and resting the affected joint, drinking plenty of water and keeping foods that are high in purines out of the diet, notes WebMD. In concert with these home remedies, gout... More »

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A good home treatment for minor gout pain is cold, according to WebMD. Apply a cold pack to the afflicted joint several times a day for 20 to 30 minutes. More »

Although gout is not curable with home treatment, some home remedies may help alleviate symptoms, explains Mayo Clinic. These remedies include drinking plenty of water and other nonalcoholic drinks; avoiding foods rich i... More »

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There are many remedies for sacroiliac joint pain, including ice or heat along with plenty of rest, pain medications, chiropractic treatment, supports or braces, sacroiliac joint injections, and sacroiliac joint fusion, ... More »

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Typical gout treatment for the foot includes rest, ice for swelling and short-term medication such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, colchicine and/or oral corticosteroids, depending on the patient's co... More »

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