How to read your Uric Acid
Measuring your uric acid levels is vital to managing your health. Abnormal uric acid levels usually do not have any obvious symptoms, but too low uric acid levels (hypouricemia) can be indicative of other underlying health conditions, and too high uric acid levels (hyperuricemia) over time can lead to gout or kidney stones. Monitoring your uric acid levels regularly can help to prevent these painful medical conditions with early intervention, with some simple changes in diet or a visit to the doctor.
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