PharmD is the only Basic Pharmacy Degree (5 years program) awarded by universities in Pakistan now. The program has to be approved by Pharmacy Council of Pakistan . Most universities in Pakistan have approved PharmD programs. Others are not accredited yet and need to overcome deficiencies before being approved by Pharmacy Council of Pakistan BPharmacy degree holders, who are Registered as Pharmacists with the Pharmacy Council of Punjab , Sindh, Balochistan or Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, can study at any one of the Universities approved by the Pharmacy Council of Pakistan for a one-year evening and/or weekend course leading to (post-) Doctor of Pharmacy which has been approved by the Pharmacy Council of Pakistan.
I have two questions instead of a reply. I hope that’s alright. I have Celiac and am 98% sure that I also have Mastocytosis/MCAS. Due to a recent rash, I’m on an H1/H2 inhibitor. I have an appointment with a specialist in one month. My questions are: Should I stay away from the medicine and also not incorporate a low histamine diet until I see the doctor? (With Celiac I had to stay on gluten until the “gold standard” test). Is there a suggestion for a MCAS versed doctor in Colorado?
Thanks so much!! Your page is extremely helpful and it’s nice to know that you aren’t the only person going through this.
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