COLCRYS: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Gout, Acute “I get flare ups of gout, almost always in the largest toe joint sometimes often, and then not for months. But I ALWAYS have an 11 pill series of Colcrys with me. I don’t travel ANYWHERE without it and my indomethicin. 4 pills the 1st day, then one a day for 7 days. The pain is better after the 1st pill, less the second day and usually I can put a shoe on, walk and drive on day 3.I suffered for years before I found out about colcrys, and spent many attacks in horrible pain, in the military, where all I could do was lace up my combat boots and soldier on. I tried the “home remedies” with NO relief.”

JD Hall September 11, 2017

For Gout, Acute “Hello everybody i have chronic gout and osteoarthritis had it for 15 years and am going thru a bad gout attack today right ankle joint feels like somebody busted a empty bottle and broken glass inside my cartilage it is the most pain imagined not even 30 mg hydrocodone helps ,this is my 40th or so attacks in my life lost count. main cause for me was uric acid caused by drinking beer for many years i never learned .yea i took just about everything from several meds indomethacin,diflonec,allopurinol curently and today colcrys x3 pills which will knock it out here in about few hours ,drink plenty water and yea diarrea to flush out comes with it ,i have cut out drinking for over 6 weeks and just one six pack one day and Bamm!!full blown gout”

Budnotweiser November 3, 2016

For Gout, Acute “I have suffered with an acute gout attack for the first time and my doctor gave me Colcrys. I am nearly pain free in less than 24 hours. I wish I hadn’t waited so long to go to the doctor.”

Dellap (taken for less than 1 month) October 15, 2016

For Gout, Acute “Had a bad flare up of gout in my let foot. Dr. prescribed Colcrys and after three days I had no relief from the pain, swelling or burning, but I did have terrible nausea and diahrrea. Doctor then switched me to Indomethacine and within hours the pain started to subside. Now, two days later, I’m about 80% back to normal.”

Jxnray7 (taken for less than 1 month) September 30, 2016

For Gout, Acute “After 60 days I saw ZERO improvement.My big right toe is as enlarged as ever.I am grateful, from what I read, that I never had any pain.For this price for a generic, no less.,I have to seriously consider having my doctor move meon to another treatment.”

CHarles 116 (taken for 1 to 6 months) September 19, 2015

For Gout, Prophylaxis “Used early right after flare up, works pretty quickly”

WJR1989 June 16, 2015

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