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Should I stop taking my medication before the tryptase test?

Question from Hanneke: Should I stop medication in advance for a reliable Tryptase result?
In fact, I am curious if my low blood pressure, fainting, fatigue and dizziness are related to this.
I use antihistamines (semprex).

Answer: Stop medication 24 hours in advance, if possible, after consulting your practitioner.
The half-life for this test is quite short.
stopping 24 hours in advance appears to be sufficient.

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