Gout – The 10 Most Common Symptoms

3. Warmth and Swelling of the Joints


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If the areas surrounding your joints are warm or showing signs of swelling, then gout is likely. The presence of a gout infection in your joint will cause the afflicted area to get hot and painful. Swelling usually occurs within twelve hours of infection. The pain becomes prevalent within four hours.

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