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How often do pseudogout attacks happen?

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it varies. Over time, pseudogout attacks may increase, involve more joints, cause more severe symptoms, and last longer. Pseudogout attacks may occur from once every few weeks to less than once a year. Frequent, repeated attacks can damage the affected joints.

From: Arthritis and Pseudogout WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: The American College of Rhuematology. The Arthritis Foundation.

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on May 13, 2018

SOURCES: The American College of Rhuematology. The Arthritis Foundation.

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on May 13, 2018

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