Hey thanks for your Thoughts! I have had scratch tests done in the past and since discovered that I have dermatgraphia (sp?) in which I react to everything. That's when they did the blood testing. I was hospitalized last year because I started waking up with anaphylaxis and they determined that I had Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. My tryptase levels have shown "normal" but I still haven't gotteny local hospital to take it during an episode. When I left the hospital they told me I pretty much will be treating the symptoms for the rest of my life and that's all I could do. Also that I needed to keep checking with the oncologist to make sure it doesn't turn into the systemic mastosytosis. So when my new immunologist told me of this shot to lower my histamine level I was very excited and hopeful of its help! I would love to have a break from ER visits and epi pens!! View Thread
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