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The items listed below are based on studies or lab conclusion (unpublished studies). There are associations (not predictive). In general two things must happen:


Immune Manifestations: Inflammation of skin, eyes or joints
Joint: Redness
Joint: Stiffness and swelling
Joint: Sudden and severe episodes of pain
Joint: Tenderness
Official Diagnosis: Gout
Full list of symptoms

Gout

BacteriaStudy FoundYour StatusReferenceYour Count (Norm)
class: Anaerolineae High Ok Source 0
class: Bacteroidia High Ok Source 0
class: Chloroflexia High Ok Source 0
class: Erysipelotrichia High Ok Source 0
class: Negativicutes High Ok Source 0
family: Anaerolineaceae High Ok Source 0
family: Bacteroidaceae High Ok Source 0
family: Erysipelotrichaceae High Ok Source 0
family: Lachnospiraceae Low Match Source 0
family: Nocardiaceae High Ok Source 0
family: Porphyromonadaceae High Ok Source 0
family: Ruminococcaceae Low Match Source 0
genus: Coprococcus Low Match Source 0
genus: Erysipelatoclostridium High Ok Source 0
genus: Rhodococcus High Ok Source 0
order: Anaerolineales High Ok Source 0
order: Bacteroidales High Ok Source 0
order: Erysipelotrichales High Ok Source 0
order: Selenomonadales High Ok Source 0
phylum: Bacteroidaeota High Ok Source 0
phylum: Thermomicrobia High Ok Source 0

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NOTE: The studies cited used different labs and may be using reference (control) group different from your population. There are many many factors that have not been controlled for which may lead to incorrect conclusions. The above is best efforts for educational purpose only


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