dear dr, i m suffering frm gout. since my age was 26. but no one dr. told me it is gout in intial 4 year i took medicines randomly. i got married in 2007 aftr that gout agrravated. i always feel pain in both feet joint and rare occation i feel toomuch pain and swelling in my both knees.now also i took medicine ramdomly means 1year english med 2 year ayurveda like that depend upon my pain.now i m taking (febusip 40mg, dolo 650) dolonex dt tab. sos.
i blessed with one male child we post porn next baby due to my health.
my qestion: i love to have oral sex with my wife.only i m doing to here.after wash that place.i dont know its safe r not..plz tell me
Well, without a clinical evaluation it is difficult to comment on the management of the situation. I would suggest seeing an internist or a rheumatologist for a detailed evaluation and appropriate treatment. There is no additional risk of oral sexual intercourse on account of gout.
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