I am 33 years old.i had muscle
  I am 33 years old.i had muscle

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I am 33 years old.i had muscle injury Around ankle due to fall 25 days back.There was no fracture but pain inflammation was done.after 5,6 days i felt more pain around my ankle and leg.my uric acid level was tested which is 7.3.i started zyloric 100mg BD.after about 12 days I checked my blood pressure which was 140/100 and my Serum cholestrol was 123 3 days back from today. What i shiuld done, plz guide me....

PAST HISTORY : Non diabetic.healthy,94 kg weight.5.10 height

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Hello Abdul Rehman , hope you doing good.well as you got injury on your ankle it usually take months to recover like maximum 3 months, for the injury you have to be patient and keep doing regular massage with diclofenic gel three times daily , try to keep it warm. For high uric acid best treatment is diet control which include to stop eating protein rich diet like meat ,chicken. For your blood pressure & Cholestrol again you have to control your diet like eat food without or with very less salt , less oil or add oilive oil, add more vegetables n fruits in diet, regular exercise or walk for about an hour , measure you blood pressure for a week, morning n evening readings and tell me.

Patient asked followup Question: 7 years ago

Thanx for ur reply.ive recovered uric acid after 1 month taking ''gouric 40mg''my uric acid was 5 and cholestrol was 183.now leaving gouric tablet, after 1 month my uric acid is 6.1 and cholestrol level ic 244.though i am takng

Patient asked followup Question: 7 years ago

....less protein,oily and salty diet.what reasons behind instability of cholestrol and uric acid levels?and what should i do...?

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