Uric acid analysis


Uric acid analysis task

Uric acid analysis
Uric acid analysis

This test measures the amount of uric acid in the blood or urine. It is a completely natural product that is made when the body breaks down chemicals called purines.

Such as (sardines, liver, and beans), where most of the acid dissolves in the blood and then goes to the kidneys, and then leaves the body other than urine,

But if your body is not excreting enough urine, over it it makes crystals that form in the joints and this is called gout.

Gout is considered a form of arthritis, and it causes severe and painful inflammation in and around the joints. If uric acid levels increase, it can cause other disorders, such as (kidney stones, kidney failure), and gout has some of its symptoms, including:

  • Swelling or pain in the joints.
  • Redness of the skin around the joints.
  • intense heat;

There are also some symptoms of kidney stones, and we will know them as follows:

  • Severe pain in the abdomen, groin or side.
  • Sharp pain in the back.
  • Blood in the urine and a frequent urge to urinate.
  • Pain when urinating.
  • Vomiting and nausea.

uric acid uses

Uric acid is an important part of an important process that the body uses to regulate the liver, and there are some of the following uses to get to know them together:

  • Helps diagnose gout.
  • It helps to find the cause of frequent kidney stones.
  • It monitors the level of uric acid for some people who are suffering from cancer treatments (such as chemotherapy and radiation, as they cause high uric acid in the blood.

Uric acid analysis

Uric acid analysis
Uric acid analysis

There is no preparation, especially when performing this analysis, and the individual does not need to fast, but rather it is recommended for him to drink a large and sufficient amount of fluids.

And that is only during collecting the sample for 24 hours, so as not to become dehydrated, and there are some indications that confirm the presence of valleys, some of which may affect the reading of the Uris Acid analysis in the urine,

Such as (aspirin, or ibuprofen) and your doctor may ask you to stop these medications and not take them before conducting this analysis, and also not to drink alcohol while collecting the required sample.

 How to get rid of uric acid

There are many methods that we follow and that may help us get rid of the problem of excess uric acid permanently, and here are the most important of them as follows:

  • Drink enough water during the day, with lemon, as it contains citric acid in a high proportion.
  • Eating cherries and their seeds, because they contribute significantly to reducing the level of uric acid in the blood, in addition to reducing the inflammation that results from it.
  • Also, celery seeds have a significant and effective role in reducing the chances of converting purine to uric acid.
  • Drink at least two liters of water, preferably if more, as this greatly helps in reducing uric acid.

Here we have come to our last article and learned about the analysis of uric acid and how to get rid of it, and we hope that this will be useful to you and we ask God for forgiveness and wellness for all of us.

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