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  • Ryan
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    Has anyone looked into histamine intolerance as a result of LPr and stomach issues. I feel Lpr is an mistaken diagnosis given by The ENT osiety. Gi doctors do not recognize the condition. I think is is a misunderstood condition. The mucous and burning i feel is related to difficulty in degrading histamine associated with certain foods and histamine can be triggered by anxiety.
    I saw on one post by Jaeme that she took remeron which has anti anxiety and antihistamine properties and it made her feel better. Certain strains of probiotics also aid in histamine degradation. I have been struggling with so called Lpr symptoms and have noticed if i eat high histamine foods it gets worse. Antibiotics cause a dysbiosis in the gut which leads to a propensity to develop such a condition

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    john here iam a singer but unable to sing from 3 months and cant speak for a longer time… did you got your voice back are you able to sing now??? how is your LPR now?? Please help me…ill be waiting for the reply..

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