Keeya suffers from mast cell activation syndrome, POTS, and EDS. She appeared on EPSN with a story about her participation in a national dog competition with accommodations for her illness. It's a great story. Find out how her symptoms have gone into remission!
Her blog is: hellsbellsandmastcells.com
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