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Antihistamines will often reduce symptoms of some CFIDS patients. Histamines are often produced by chronic infections; these histamines may cause coagulation and vascular constriction to occur -- hence neutralizing the histamines will reduce symptoms. For more information see Herxheimer Reaction.

Many CFIDS patients are hyposensitive to various substances.

Note: Removing the histamines do not eliminate the infection.

Benefits

  • Reduction of symptoms

Risks

  • Sedation and anticholinergic adverse effects
  • cardiovascular adverse effects and drug interactions

Sources

  • Over the counter, Grocery store and Prescription

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