when i was just 17, i got a high uric acid of level 9.
than getting medicines it remained controlled for some time and increases again.
than presently m 21 and getting severe nerve pains....in arm,feet legs and arms...
i dont know the reason...
few months before uric acid level was just 6.9...
but nerve pain persist in fingers...especially while writiung or during exams...?
What other symptoms are present? I understand your concern regarding your nerve pain especially if it occurs not only in your fingers but also in your arms, feet, legs and toes. This could indeed be caused by neurological issues as well as underlying medical conditions like diabetes or circulation conditions. You may benefit from seeking a neurologist consult and diagnostic tests such as blood and nerve tests. Take care and do keep us posted.
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