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Is it possible to be allergic to your own neurotransmitters?

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Dr. Gary Steven answered

Specializes in Pediatric Allergy and Asthma

With rare exception, the immune system can only make antibodies to large proteins. Neurotransmitters are small, non protein molecules and cannot elicit an antibody response.

Answered Oct 1, 2012

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