jerrygallow wrote:does this histamine affect allergies? I spoke with one MS patient, and she said she did not have any allergies. For me, it started when I was about 18. I remember coming home from college, and some days I would literally sneeze 30 times, back to back, and nothing seemed to help. I am not as bad now. But something was out of whack.
The histamine that effects allergies is histamine1. With MS, it's histamine 2 that is low and that's what Prokarin inserts into the patient. Although they have the same "histamine" name, 1 and 2 operate very differently in your body.