A xanthine oxidase inhibitor called Uloric (febuxostat) is used to treat gout. There are both brand-name and generic versions of uloric. Uloric is a brand name. There is also an oral suspension of uloric. Drugs that are generic typically cost less. Users of Welzo can use this article for informational purposes to better understand Uloric.

Side Effects

Uloric's typical side effects include:

abdominal pain






If these side effects are minor, they might disappear in a few days or weeks. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if they are more severe or persistent.

These are some examples of serious side effects and their signs:

liver issues. An example of a symptom is fatigue. upper stomach pain and (possibly) severe nausea reduced appetite Jaundice (a skin or eye yellowing) urine with a dark color stools with a light color

heart issues. A fast or pounding heartbeat and fainting are examples of symptoms.

The side effects are not all listed here. Consult your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist if you have any questions about the medications you are taking.


Both a brand-name and generic version of the uloric oral tablet are offered. Uloric is a brand name. Generic versions of uloric oral suspension are additionally offered. There is also an oral suspension of uloric. Drugs that are generic typically cost less than those that are brand-name.

Long-term treatment involves the use of uloric oral tablets. Short-term treatment involves the use of uloric oral suspension. There are two strengths of uloric oral tablets: 40 mg and 80 mg. The strength of uloric oral suspension is 60 mL.

Uloric and Alcohol

Alcohol consumption should be avoided while taking Uloric. You run a higher risk of getting gout or experiencing a gout attack if you drink alcohol.

Uloric and Other Interactions

You should not take Uloric if you have severe kidney disease or are on dialysis. Uloric can harm your kidneys.

If you have liver disease, your body may process this drug more slowly. Uloric may increase your risk of liver damage. You may need frequent blood tests to check your liver function.

Uloric may cause a serious heart problem. Symptoms can include: fast or pounding heartbeat fainting

Uloric may also cause a severe skin reaction. Symptoms can include: skin rash itching swelling blistering peeling Uloric may cause other serious side effects. Call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of: kidney problems. Symptoms can include: change in the amount of urine

Uloric Warnings

If you have severe kidney disease or are receiving dialysis, you shouldn't take Uloric. Your kidneys may be harmed by uloric.

Your body might take longer to process this medication if you have liver disease. Your risk of liver damage could be increased by uloric. Blood tests may be required frequently to monitor your liver's health.

Uloric may result in a serious heart condition. A fast or pounding heartbeat and fainting are examples of symptoms.

A severe skin reaction could also be brought on by uloric. Skin rash, itching, swelling, blistering, and peeling are some possible symptoms. Uloric may result in additional harmful side effects. If you experience any of the following symptoms, contact your doctor right away. Some symptoms include: alteration in the urine's volume

Uloric Consumer Information

A prescription drug called uloric is used to treat gout. Uloric works by lowering blood levels of uric acid, which shields against gout attacks. Both an oral tablet and an oral suspension are available for uloric. Uloric and other drugs may interact. Uloric can have harmful side effects, such as liver and heart issues as well as severe skin reactions. Uloric must be taken exactly as prescribed and is only available with a doctor's prescription.