For quick relief in the mist of an acute attack, you might want to see a doctor for a weeks worth of prednisone treatment. I'll had relief within 24 hours both times I've done this, but it may vary between individuals.
Treatment of acute gout includes NSAIDs, colchicine, and/or corticosteroids. The choice of therapy for a gout flare depends upon multiple factors, including patient age, comorbidities, and associated medical therapies; flare characteristics and past responses to therapy; the number of affected joints; and patient and clinician preferences. If you are not experiencing relief from your symptoms, you should inform your doctor so that he/she can modify your regimen accordingly.