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How To Stop Histamine Release
It can: any medication can cause your body to release histamine. That is the end result of a cascade of reactions at the cell level in response to a certain trigger. Different people respond in different ways to all meds. Flushing, itching and swelling might be signs that you are having that response. Try some Benadryl (diphenhydramine). ...Read more
Histamine is an organic nitrogen compound involved in local immune responses as well as regulating physiological function in the gut and acting as a neurotransmitter. Histamine triggers the inflammatory response. As part of an immune response to foreign pathogens, histamine is produced by basophils and by mast cells found ...Read more
None: Foods will not cause Adrenalin release (fight or flight response) unless a person is having a serious allergic reaction and the body is trying to compensate. Some foods contain substances that release histamine-like chemicals. These can include strawberries, certain cheeses, and certain spoiled fish. ...Read more
Insufficient data: Sorry, "How can glutamate release and reabsorbed?" is not a comprehensible statement. You can see that, right? Please repost it so that it is grammatically coherent and intelligible. ...Read more
Trying to check histamine sensitivity. How long might it take for high histamine food to cause skin itching? How long on low-histamine for it to stop?
Please be careful: Mike, "histamine intolerance" might be real ("red-wine headaches", etc.) & reactions are said to be rapid. It's eluded hard science. There are a bazillion reasons to have itchy skin. If you keep reading "fad" / "pop" / "persecuted genius" websites, you're going to imagine you have everything, you'll severely restrict your lifestyle, you can't be a good guest, and you'll never feel well again. ...Read more
Requires expert care: Withdrawing from clozapine may come with *many* potential consequences. I hope you have someone with sufficient expertise to help with the process. The anticholinergic withdrawal syndrome (AWS) is often described as flu-like malaise. Brain-permable anticholinergic meds like benztropine (Cogentin) or scopolamine would be reasonable treatments for AWS. This should be undertaken w a psychiatrist. ...Read more
Depends: Upon whether the welbutrin is actually responsible for the itching. Since there are alternative medications you may want to discuss this with the doctor who prescribed it and either discontinue or substitute. ...Read more
Probably not: but HCG is freuentky used to induce ovularion ...Read more
"Instantly"? Not.: There is no way to "instantly" cleanse your system from using meth. Only way is to allow your body to process this, stop using, and stay clean. Again, crystal meth anonymous is a start in getting help with this extremely dangerous and addictive substance. http://www.crystalmeth.org/ further use will continue showing up on drug screens, and can eventually kill you. I hope you hear me. ...Read more
How long does one Bupropion XL 150mg take to fully release into body. Also how long does one 150mg of Bupropion SR take to fully release into body?
Highly variable: these drugs are designed to be released over the course of 12 hours (sustained release drugs in general) or 24 hours (XL or extended release drugs). However, this is an average, and in some people it may be somewhat longer or shorter. It's the reason one of them is dosed once daily and the other twice daily. ...Read more
See ur Doctor: stopping Clozapine is a Major decision in any treatment plan, it is taken very seriously by the treating physician and all risks and benefits are weighed carefully , it cant be done over the net, you have to see your prescribing physician and discuss with him the issue. good luck and feel better ...Read more
OTC Meds/Nsall Spray: You can treat allergy symptoms wth OTC allergy meds and/or steroid nasal drops available over the counter for symptom relief And consult an allergist to get tested and desentisized if your symptoms are over long period and resistant to meds ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm addicted to oxycontin Im trying very hard to stop it, I used to take up to 300 mg daily
Does methadone works to stop the withdrawal symptoms?
Yes: Glad you recognize the addiction and seek to help. Methadone is a very long acting opioid,,so it will replace the OxyContin at the receptor, and prevent withdrawal. But see an addiction specialist to learn other ways to be treated with Meds and counseling which prevent withdrawal and help you to. It return to,OxyContin. I wish you well in this endeavor ...Read more
It's all in the diet: If you search you can find checklists for dealing with this condition, which is called flatulence. Basically, any food that is difficult to digest, like beans, cabbage family, nuts, can cause gas as can drinking any beverage that has bubbles, chewing gum, or smoking. Change your diet first. If this doesn't help, consider taking probiotics, using Simethicone or activated charcoal. ...Read more
Triglycerides: Im guessing what you really want to do is lower your triglycerides. Triglycerides are very dependent on the amount and types of food you eat. Lowering triglycerides should ideally be done with lifestyle changes, specifically lowering your calorie intake, eating fewer carbohydrates, exercising, and losing weight. Most of the time this can take care of the problem. Meds are not usually indicated. ...Read more
Do you and how to taper or wean off amlodipine. Can you stop abruptly when switching to spironolactone, ? Thanks.
Doctor's advice: Starting and stopping medications can be complex. The proper way to stop a medicine depends on the reasons that the medicine is being used, and the effects that the medicine is having. It is impossible to answer your question without more detail and you should ask your doctor for advice. Amlodipine and spironolactone are not similar medications and one does not replace the other. ...Read more
How long must i wait to switch back from clonidine ext. Release to clonidine immed. Release? Ext. Release is giving me headaches! dose on both 0.1 2xd
Snoring: Snoring is not treatable by medication. Lose weight, avoid sleeping on your back, see an ENT to evaluate for enlarged tonsils, adenoides, deviated septum, polyps. Etc. Have a dentist fabricate a device that will hold your jaw forward to increase the airway. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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