This might help

The content of this website should not be interpreted as medical advice. This might help is a collection of information, studies, and personal experience relating to supplements, medication and other treatments for a variety of chronic health conditions. Created out of necessity. Shared to help others.

How to use this site

How to approach the information you find?

Use caution. What works for me or other people with the same condition(s) won’t necessarily work for you.

Take these ideas as inspiration. It is important you do your own reading, examine the studies linked, and apply your own common sense.

Approach a trusted medical provider with your short list and perhaps some selected studies to help you make an informed decision. This applies equally to supplements, medicines, and other treatments – all carry individual risks.

This site and its operator do not provide medical advice. The idea is to simply provide inspiration for possibilities new patients and their medical providers can consider.

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Naturally, this doesn’t mean these ideas are suitable for you.

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    All information provided without any guarantee of accuracy. This does not constitute medical advice. Please consult your doctor fully before taking any medicine. You will need regular kidney/liver function tests, even when on a low dose – just as with many medications. Summary Doxycycline is generally known as a tetracycline-type antibiotic. It is also an […]

  • Clonidine / Clonidin

    All information provided without any guarantee of accuracy. This does not constitute medical advice. Please consult your doctor fully before taking any medicine. You will need regular tests, even when on a low dose – just as with many medications. This medicine reduces blood pressure, so special caution is required when you have low blood […]

  • Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) / Palmitoylethanolamide

    All information provided without any guarantee of accuracy. This does not constitute medical advice. Please consult your doctor before taking any supplements. Summary Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is a supplement known for various properties, especially its anti-inflammatory and mast-cell stabilising properties. I currently don’t know a lot about it, but it is frequently mentioned in connection with […]

  • Quercetin

    All information provided without any guarantee of accuracy. This does not constitute medical advice. Please consult your doctor before taking any supplements. Summary Quercetin is a first-line natural supplement for mast cell activation syndrome, MCAS. It is a natural mast cell stabiliser. Taken before or with meals, it can reduce reactions to foods. In those […]

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