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I’m opening this thread, hoping we can post questions about your article on the newest genetic findings.
Dr. Diana, Thank you for your latest article on genetics. It answered so many questions I had… and even ones I didn’t know I had!
My questionis: Do you still suggest taking the mast cell stabilizers?
I also have normal tryptase levels, but responded to histamine blockers. Right now my face has been at n almost- constant flush.
ParasymPlus IS still helping me. That, with magnesium and the squatty-potty have made most of my digestive issues non-existent. Such a miracle! It was a quality-of-life-changer for me! — I am having pain issues, that I thought might be contributed to the meds, but I don’t think that is the case.
Thank you again,
I’m so glad you are getting some answers and relief! As far as mast cell stabilizers go, you must understand that they do more than just stabilize mast cells (they can control other aspects of inflammation). If that is why they are helping you for any reason — be it stabilization of mast cells, stabilization of other inflammatory cells, or prevention of secondary mast cell activation, then by all means take them. Hang in, my friend.
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