Master Your Mast Cell Syndrome: Diagnosis To Treatment

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  • Learn about the complete diagnostic process for MCAS, including clinical assessments and mediator markers
  • Understand the importance of managing triggers and the personalized approach to treatment using antihistamines and natural compounds
  • Explore the complexities of MCAS, such as medication excipients and the impact of COVID-19, emphasizing tailored care
  • This video is part of the Reversing Mast Cell Activation and Histamine Intolerance Summit 2.0
Meg Mill, PharmD, AFMCP

Hello, and welcome back to our Reversing Mast Cell Activation Syndrome And Histamine Intolerance Summit. I’m your host, Dr. Meg Mill. Today, I’m joined by my esteemed colleague, Dr. Tania Dempsey. Dr. Dempsey is an expert in chronic disease, autoimmune disorders, and mast cell activation syndrome. She uses integrative medicine to get to the root of the patient’s illness. She is an expert in mast cell activation syndrome, and I’m so excited to have her here to talk about how we diagnose this because it can be very complex. We want to get into the tools we use to diagnose and what she does to start treating her patients. Thank you so much for being with us today, Dr. Dempsey.

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23 days ago

I had MCAS back in 2010. I was diagnosed Idiopathic Urticaria. I struggled everyday for 5 years head to toe. Clariton, Pepcid and occasional prednisone kept me from losing my mind. I was in menopause and had not had a period for 15-18 months. I had very stressful phone call from a business partner and believe it or not threw me into a full blown period. The entire week I bled I had NO HIVES not one. So that tells me there is a hormone element. As soon as the week was over hives came back with a vengeance. I started progesterone cream and this seemed to help.
I did know that one of my triggers was NSAIDS. I didn’t know that high histamine foods were players too. My doctor at the time insisted it was not food related. Now remember this was back in 2012ish. Well I look back and I was on a high histamine diet. I owned a health food store and I was a Certified Naturopath so I new I was eating clean. Now jump to 2024 and and I just started again after 8 years of being hive clear to a full blown MCAS. I know the triggers and I know that I triggered this myself. I have decided to do the same pill regimen as before but have included a lot of stomach aids and DAO. Heal the gut, clean the liver, and eat low histamine.

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
20 days ago

Hi Elizabeth, thank you for sharing your journey and insights. It’s incredible how our bodies respond to different triggers, and your experience with hormones and hives is fascinating. It’s great that you’ve found a regimen that helps, and your approach to healing the gut and eating low histamine sounds very wise. Wishing you continued success in managing MCAS and maintaining your health!

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