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Treatment options for MCAS include H1 antihistamines (such as Claritin, Allegra, and Zrytec and their generic forms), H2 antihistamines (such as Pepcid and Zantac), and mast cell stabilizers such as ketotifen and cromolyn sodium. I initially had a difficult time finding an H1-blocking antihistamine that worked for me, as most contain cornstarch and other sulfited ingredients which are triggers for my mast cells to degranulate. But I have recently done very well taking a compounded sulfite-free form of generic Claritin twice a day. I have also done my best to follow a low-histamine diet, and I believe that this has made the biggest difference in my symptoms improving. Yasmina, the Low Histamine Chef , who also has MCAS, has been a wonderful resource for learning about the low-histamine diet and recipes. If I keep my overall histamine intake low, I find that I can indulge in an occasional glass of wine or enjoy a small serving of aged cheese without starting to wheeze like I used to in the past.

This list may not be every thing you need for travel, but it will serve as an excellent start when getting ready to travel with your dogs.

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At this time last year I had never heard of mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS) and the first time that I heard the name I thought that it was a “made up” disease.


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