In order to help you identify the type of head pain you're experiencing, here's a few tips for identifying and treating them based on my own experiences. Remember, every patient can be different and ultimately the treatments you choose should be made in consultation with the doctors on your care team.
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.
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.
This delectable bowl is packed with protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals to start your day off right while it's gluten-free, low FODMAP and low histamine, so it's safe for people with gastroparesis, IBS, IBD, MCAS, MCAD and other GI and mast cell disorders.
If you suffer from a mast cell activation disorder (MCAD) such as mastocytosis or mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS) you may benefit greatly by taking quercetin, even over cromolyn. I recently found this bioflavinoid in my search to improve my own struggle with an as yet diagnosed mast cell condition and have been very impressed with the initial results. In this post, I will discuss the properties quercetin possesses, what’s been found in laboratory testing regarding the supplement, my own experiences with the supplement and whether it might be right for you.