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5 years 9 months ago #309 by Esdaile
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Hello everyone

I have been having stomach disorders for years getting worse over the last decade or so, forcing me reluctantly to seek help. I do not have most of the usual suspects, lactose Glucose intolerance Chron's disease, ulcers, celiac. Suspicion is centering on histamine intolerance. I am seeing a specialist soon who will be taking blood tests. In the meantime I have had a stool test, the result of which is the first to point to an abnormality (otherwise the results have always pointed to someone super fit!) I have a Histamin Level of 1128 ng/ whereas normal is apprently below 600. The lab which did the test was ery cagey about how abnormal 1128 really is.

What does Histamin ng/g really mean and does 1128 mean definitely Histamin intoleranc or just point in that direction? And how bad is 1128? I mean is it extremely bad or just a Little bad?

I would be grateful if anyone who knows would post an answer.
Thank you in advance!
Esdaile

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