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The 'Victorian' illness on the rise with 'terrifyingly painful' symptom in feet

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An expert has shed light on the resurgence of a Victorian ailment often dubbed the 'disease of kings'. Dr Xand van Tulleken, who appeared on BBC Morning Live, pointed out that historically, gout was associated with opulent lifestyles and typically afflicted the wealthy.

However, he highlighted a significant increase in cases across the UK, emphasising that kidney health is central to the issue.

The discussion caught the attention of viewers, with one sharing her method for detecting the condition, which affects approximately 1 in 40 people in the nation.

Triggered by consuming large, fatty meals, avoiding gout may involve weight loss and lifestyle changes.Gout, known for its excruciating pain, Gloucestershire Live reports one viewer said: "My husband has flare-ups of this - foot in cold water, drink plenty of water and take naproxen.

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