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Interestingly enough, I didn’t have esophoria until I started the Diamox. I’ve been on it for about 2 1/2 months now and I saw a big difference in the first few weeks, but then it was as if the benefits just diminished until I’m right back to swuarre one. – Jodi
OK, deep breath now, K? I am starting a list of folks interested in the registry (STILL negotiating with the lab!) I’m arranging it so it will be a breeze to get the tests ordered and completed, even if your doctor doesn’t draw blood. Cool? I guess I’ll put you down as “interested”. 🙂
Diamox — this comes up a lot. Diamox makes us acidic and if our serum CO2 drops below 22, it stops working. Taking more just compounds the problems. This is why we take baking soda capsules, drink alkaline water, etc. Can you have your serum CO2 and potassium monitored? It will start working again when you are less acidic. Cool?
In all honesty, you may not need a mast cell specialists, especially if your testing is looking good. It would be terrific if your terrific doctor would add Cromolyn Sodium to your regimen, and after the registry, we have a treatment plan that may even make mast cell meds unnecessary, or minimally necessary. Sound good?
I hope to announce details for the registry very soon. Fingers crossed!