This is the best explanation we have heard about mast cells, mast cell activation syndrome, and how they relate to POTS and the hypermobile form of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. A POTS, EDS, and MCAS patient herself, Beth O'Hara actively seeks understanding and treatment of issues related to complex medical issues like mast cell activation syndrome. What a great resource!
You can find her website at www.mastcell360.com
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