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How to help gout if you have no insurance

What to do if I have no insurance and have gout..
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Try seeking out free clinics in the area. In the meantime, you can make certain lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of gout attacks, such as limiting alcoholic beverages (especially beer), limiting intake of foods high in purines (such as red meat, organ meats, and seafood), and exercising regularly and losing weight.
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