The Holidays are coming and with them comes a whole lot of changes and feelings when you live with Chronic Pain. I'd like to share some tips and include some items that may help to make the season easier to manage this year.
There aren't many answers about why MCAS causes infertility or much information about success rates in pregnancy. Until infertility and preganancy in MCAS gets it's momment in the research spotlight, here are a few strong possibilities.
In this post, we explore the influence of MCAS and mast cells on menstrual related symptoms and the effective use of mast cell stabilizers and antihistamines as an effective treatment, according to a recent study. Find out how all women dealing with these symptoms may benefit from the same treatments and more.
The Zebra Pit offers a wide selection of resources both on and offsite. As we grow and change and take on new readers, I wanted to take the time to explain where you can find some of the best resources on health and wellness for spoonies the web has to offer, gathered by the ZP.
MCAS can wreak havoc on the female reproductive system, making periods and the hormonal shifts around them a complete nightmare for the woman affected by MCAS, including severe cramping, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, back pain, migraine, dramatic mood swings and even infertility. Join us for this exclusive look into the effects of MCAS on the female reproductive system as we expand Mast Cell Disease Day to the whole month of October.