mast cells and chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia

Could you have mast cell activation syndrome?

Mast cell activation syndrome is new to the medical profession – much newer than ME/CFS or FM. Diagnostic criteria were only proposed about five years ago and because most doctors don’t know about it, it’s rarely diagnosed.

But it can cause all the symptoms in the book and its proponents think it’s much, much commoner than thought. It’s also often associated with POTS, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Post Treatment of Lyme Disease, and ME/CFS/FM. Dr. Klimas has called it one of the most interesting immune diseases going, and is one of the “septad” – the seven key characteristics of ME/CFS and similar diseases in Drs. Kaufman and Ruhoy’s conception.

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Are You ‘Activated’? Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and ME/CFS/FM


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