Receptor antagonists

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  1. link Ssrvalle
    Singulair endoscopy, allergies, singular, singulair, havoc
    I don't know if my 1 1 /2 year old son's being diagnosed with low igG and low IgA have anything to do with singular. He just got off it 2 weeks ago, h - 69% more...
    Ssrvalle- over a year ago - 4 Replies - in Singulair
  2. link Concernedcitizen
    I truly believe that the doctors are doing what they believe is the right thing to do for your son. And, of course, nobody should ever take advice fro - 95% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago
  3. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair singulair side effects, liver enzymes, innate immune system, ethics in science, ghost writers
    Some common sense observations about Singulair side effects. (As everything on the internet, this is only my opinion.) Conclusion up front: Ethics in - 97% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Singulair
  4. link Km39
    Singulair horrible nightmares, asmanex, tylenol pm, urine sample, back of my mind
    My 13 yr old daughter was put on Singulair along with Asmanex and Clarinex for her asthma about 6 weeks ago. Everything seemed to be going very well a - 95% more...
    Km39- over a year ago - 12 Replies - in Singulair
  5. link Concernedcitizen
    The Singulair leukotriene receptor cstLT1 exists in the following known locations as proven by research: lungs including airway brain spleen intestina - 75% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago
  6. link Joes1717
    Mast cells, when activated (usually by an allergen--pollen etc.) release preformed mediators--histamine chief among them. Anti histamines (Zyrtec. Cla - 90% more...
    Joes1717- over a year ago
  7. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair merck research laboratories, smooth muscle cells, intracellular signaling pathways, immune system functions, leukotriene receptors
    CysLT1 receptor (the one that Singulair blocks) is also expressed (shows up) in the spleen. I have not seen anything yet that says what it does in the - 93% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - in Singulair
  8. link Csferraro
    Singulair jamestown new york, class action lawsuit, lack of evidence, ferraro, school career
    Unfortunately my lawyer told me that they do not want to take our case because of the lack of evidence that Singulair has caused our daughters problem - 75% more...
    Csferraro- over a year ago - 12 Replies - in Singulair
  9. link Joes1717
    Leukotriene Modifiers (like Singulair) block the Leukotriene receptor in the nose and lungs to decrease the nasty effects from leukotrienes. (Leukotri - 90% more...
    Joes1717- over a year ago
  10. link Joes1717
    Leukotriene Modifiers (like Singulair) block the Leukotriene receptor in the nose and lungs to decrease the nasty effects from leukotrienes. (Leukotri - 90% more...
    Joes1717- over a year ago
  11. link Joes1717
    Anti histamines (Zyrtec. Claritin etc) block the histamine receptor in the body to decrease the nasty effects of the histamine. Mast cells also releas - 90% more...
    Joes1717- over a year ago
  12. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair aichi medical university, cough variant asthma, biopsy specimens, fiberoptic bronchoscope, mast cells
    Effective after two weeks for some people - not effective for others. Side effects for some people - others do not report side effects. So why does Me - 94% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 3 Replies - in Singulair
  13. link Joes1717
    Leukotriene Modifiers (like Singulair) do not decrease or 'down regulate' mast cells. Mast cells, when activated (usually by an allergen--pollen etc.) - 91% more...
    Joes1717- over a year ago
  14. link Manique1
    Singulair ups and downs, inhalator, medicin, ups, asthma
    I am a 57 year old man, who has been suffering from asthma several years. This spring my doctor put me on Singulair as an additional medicine to my co - 68% more...
    Manique1- over a year ago - 5 Replies - in Singulair
  15. link Concernedcitizen
    from the UK: Yellow Card reports: urticaria, angioedema, blistering, bruising, bleeding disorders, including menorrhagia (rare), thrombocytopenia and - 92% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago
  16. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair gene expression profile, leukotriene antagonists, drug sensitivity, genetic reasons, montelukast
    Hopefully this will prove to the doubters that there are genetic reasons for the variation of efficacy and adverse side effective when taking Monteluk - 97% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 3 Replies - in Singulair
  17. link Concernedcitizen
    The cysLT1 receptor was known to be a gene in 1999 and believed to be on the x chromosome. All: 1 Review: 0 Click to change filter selection through M - 93% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago
  18. link Natalieg
    Singulair benadryl, tylenol, headaches, allergy, few days
    I usually have allergy headaches in the morning which would go away after taking 1 Benadryl w/ Tylenol. About a week ago my doctor started me on Singu - 71% more...
    Natalieg- over a year ago - 8 Replies - in Singulair
  19. link Concernedcitizen
    The incidence of headache is 18% for those who take Singulair. I have posted my source of reference in past posts. There are many sources of that one. - 76% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago
  20. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair intestinal mucosa, allergy patients, adhd symptoms, excitotoxicity, astrocyte
    Neurological problems and the effects of Singulair should be investigated. The Chinese researchers demonstrated that the CysLT1 receptor (singulair in - 86% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 1 Reply - in Singulair
  21. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair glucose utilization, glycolytic pathway, glyconeogenesis, energy metabolism, correct time
    Why the brain function is impaired due to Singulair????? Maybe. Here is the last chapter in a theoretical reason why Singulair affects brain function - 98% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 3 Replies - in Singulair
  22. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair focal cerebral ischemia, ischemic injury, zhejiang university, astrocyte, chinese researchers
    Singulair does interact with the astrocyte in the brain. The role of the cysLT1 receptor (Singulair blocks this receptor) and the astrocyte in the bra - 97% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Singulair
  23. link Concernedcitizen
    If anybody who knows what they are doing looks at the relationship between the cysLT1 receptor and the brain, they would know that severe hypoglycemia - 95% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago
  24. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair neuron activity, nerve cells, nervous system disease, nerve damage, areas of the brain
    Is there a potential explanation for the adverse psychiatric side effects of montelukast? In my opinion, there are at least some very good clues based - 94% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - 2 Replies - in Singulair
  25. link Concernedcitizen
    Singulair halifax nova scotia canada, halifax nova scotia, dalhousie university halifax, dalhousie university halifax nova scotia, mast cells
    Doctors should realize that we continue to learn something new every day. Nobody should ever believe that we know the answers. Everything should be co - 96% more...
    Concernedcitizen- over a year ago - in Singulair