Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia treatment

We have 103 consumer reports for treatment of Hyperuricemia with Allopurinol. Hyperuricemia used in 34% of cases.

Patients statistics on Hyperuricemia for Allopurinol

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
181.15
206.9

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 10″

Average age
69
65

Allopurinol Circle Diagram 35 consumers of 103 reported about Hyperuricemia

  1. Meda W. Hart says:
    2.0 rating

    Allopurinol for High blood pressure; Hyperuricemia

    Since 2007, I take Votum Plus, first with a higher water component, but now only 12.5 mg. My blood pressure is now set well. But 2 months after taking it for the first time, I got reactive perforating collagenosis (histologically proven), hyperuricaemia (which may be a side effect of taking the vote, in August 2009 Hashimoto’s thyroiditis was diagnosed with collagenosis, a further autoimmune disease). I’ve had changing stools from diarrhea to constipation for some time, I can not rule out an interaction between all the medications, I also got Tramadol Retard from Ratiopharm, except dizziness, insomnia, extreme skin reaction, nausea, no other side effects but now discontinued because of the dermatitis on the lower legs

    Side effects: Allergic skin reaction
  2. Charles P. Chaves says:
    2.5 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    One tablet of Allopurinol 300 was taken once a day for breakfast for the specified period of time and the purine level in the blood was reduced to a normal level of 5.5. After about 4 weeks, however, allergic reactions appeared on the neck and between the fingers on the right hand in the form of itchy, z. T. burning redness and pustules, which fade very slowly after discontinuation of the drug and leave a rough, scaly skin. These side effects were noted a year ago and treated with cortisone ointment, the cause but not related to the drug.

    Side effects: Allergic skin reaction
  3. Jonathan G. Dickson says:
    3.5 rating

    Allopurinol for High blood pressure; Hyperuricemia

    As a result of the health care reform, at the beginning of the year I was given Nexium Omeprazole 20 instead of Belok-Zok Metoprolol Succinate-1A. As a result, the systole increased from about 130 to around 170 and higher. At the same time, another case of gastroscopy revealed Barrett’s syndrome. The doctor therefore discontinued metoprolol and increased Atacand to 16/12 and to Omneprazole 40. At the beginning of May, I had severe suffocation and panic attacks in the middle of the night, so I had to call the ambulance. Hospitalization with suspected heart attack. However, all investigations showed no findings. But the respiratory distress attacks and above all the terrible death anxiety starting with inner tremor remained. The doctors are helpless. Therefore I went back to the old proven combination of medicine Belok-Zok / Atacand 8/12 and Omneprazole 20 at my own expense. Since then, panic attacks and respiratory distress are improving steadily. I therefore suspect an interaction of double dose acatand and omneprazole. Does anyone have similar experiences, as the shaking (starting in the afternoon after taking Atacand) and occasional anxiety still persists.

    Side effects: Difficulty in breathing
  4. Juan P. Smith says:
    4.0 rating

    Allopurinol for High blood pressure; Hyperuricemia

    Since 2007, I take Votum Plus, first with a higher water component, but now only 12.5 mg. My blood pressure is now set well. But 2 months after taking it for the first time, I got reactive perforating collagenosis (histologically proven), hyperuricaemia (which may be a side effect of taking the vote, in August 2009 Hashimoto’s thyroiditis was diagnosed with collagenosis, a further autoimmune disease). I’ve had changing stools from diarrhea to constipation for some time now

    Side effects: Diarrhea
  5. Bradley A. Levy says:
    3.0 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    I have been taking allopurinol for a very long time (about 10 years). It significantly lowers my uric acid level. Unfortunately Allopurinol makes me quite tired and tired. For me Allopurinol slightly raises the liver values.

    Side effects: Fatigue
  6. Kevin J. Vance says:
    4.0 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    Unexplained, for the time being, itchy skin rash almost all over the body. Duration approx. 6 months. Was over months of dermatologist without success with various cortisone-containing ointments and Atarax tablets, 3pcs / day. treated. But then there was a further deterioration and had to visit the skin clinic in Graz. Was immediately stat. added. Massive treatment over 3 weeks. In the 2nd week UROSIN 300 has been suspected and deposed. Treatment is continued. Gradually, however, there is now an improvement in my condition.

    Side effects: Itching rash
  7. Christopher T. Kelly says:
    3.0 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    I took Allopurinol for about 7 weeks to lower the uric acid level. The goal was achieved even though I discontinued the drug prematurely. During the time of ingestion, I gained about 12 kg in weight. There were sleep disturbances, but they were not due to allopurinol (I suspect it’s because of terrorization through a youth gait). For sleep and anxiety disorders Solian was prescribed after about 6 weeks. On the 5th day, the sports showed signs of paralysis in the arms and shortness of breath. However, treatment was not required since the inevitable following resting state led to the termination of these side effects. The side effects of allopurinol are documented, but they did not occur without Solian. I therefore suspect that this is a synergy effect. Solian could not prove its effectiveness, so I rated it neutral. I have since discontinued both medications.

  8. Michael A. Bray says:
    1.5 rating

    Allopurinol for High blood pressure; Hyperuricemia

    During the day blood pressure in the range 130 … 145/75 … 90, but extremely susceptible to stress; e.g. during work and in the morning; then briefly (about 20 min.) Blood pressure up to 190/115. Weight gain despite low-fat diet and exercise. No problems with the joints.

    Side effects: Increase in weight
  9. Arthur S. Bridges says:
    5.0 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    Allopurinol is supposed to work slowly, so I can not say anything about faster improvement. After a few days, however, the joint pain disappeared and did not reappear. The side effects are, however, strong: The doctor first prescribed 300mg / day, I could not hold out for more than 5 days (tried several times), because of the ever-increasing dizziness and overall feeling as the next day after a long binge drinking: Maul stomach, word-finding problems, Concentration difficulties, slight headache (but still tolerable). The symptoms prohibit actually after three days of driving. I then switched to the 100mg tablets and quartered them to minimize the side effects. I still feel it, but keep it at a tolerable level. The joint pain can be dampened by this, but not as completely prevented as with the higher doses. So I have to pay close attention to my diet to avoid the joint pain and it raises the question of whether the low success with allopurinol counteracts the side effects.

    Side effects: Headache; Dizziness
  10. Joseph S. Stanley says:
    4.5 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    Significant muscle spasms throughout the body, heart complaints, skin piercing and -ausschlag. It took four days for the symptoms to subside. A later retry with Allopurinol 100 showed the same symptoms.

  11. Kenneth M. Peake says:
    4.0 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    After several years of taking the side effects described in the leaflet: Rashes, agonizing itching, increase in creatinine (restriction of kidney function) nodules idHaut Introduction to the family doctor: Oh, what’s in the leaflets … Dermatologist1: dito, 2x500g Dexamethasonealbe 2 garkeine information, antiallergic family doctor This is not a side effect of Allopurinol Meanwhile, there is no body on the body, which is not scratched bloody … Privately questioned Internists (3): stop immediately.Exhaust attempt: the damage is back. Family doctor: Immediately take again! The same as before. Deposed without asking HA. Recovery of damages. What does someone do who has no one to protect him from such experiments? He was 88 years old and I still wonder why he was obsessed with gout (which might have occurred in a few years). The doctor I was not yet able to interview, I’m still too angry about so much arrogance and the many weeks missed Lebensqualtiät.

    Side effects: Skin rash; Skin lesions; Itching
  12. Scott W. Lynch says:
    4.0 rating

    Allopurinol for Hyperuricemia

    In the course of the intake, a tormenting itching of the skin developed, which increasingly also showed damage to the skin, such as nodule formation, swelling, redness and dandruff throughout the body. In parallel there is an elevated creatinine level. After discontinuation of the drug, the skin has improved significantly, but the itching is not completely subsided.

    Side effects: Skin lesions; Itching