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Histamine intolerance and pots

Discussion in 'Mast Cell Disorders/Mastocytosis' started by sillysocks84, Sep 25, 2015.

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    methyl nation blog and another lady's blog said their pots was histamine related. dealing with the histamine issues eliminated pots symptoms
     
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    I stopped neuroprotek a month ago cause I can't afford it right now and notice my heartrate is higher.
     
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    Could be histamine or one of 200 different mediators that are released by mast cells during degranulation. I would suggest you read Dr. Afrin's toronto mastocytosis meeting pdf (regarding Mast Cell Activation Disorder).
     

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