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Allergy to the cat, how to get rid of allergies to cats?

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  • Posted By: Amelier
  • September 24, 2009
  • 08:26 PM

Hello. At the weekend took the kitten to the parents
because his wife's cough ...:( perhaps this is just a common cold ... Now many are beginning to ache, and the care of a kitten, and after the general cleaning cough is not gone. But this is a temporary measure. I hope that we can conquer disease and return it ... Well, we are very attached to him.
Well now clarifying questions :confused:... At one site (I will not name so as not to advertise here) gave me a link to this article. Its essence lies in the fact that allergy is a consequence of shakiness of immunity that can not win some chronic diseases such as chlamydia, ureplazma, mycoplasma. Most recently, his wife found ureplazmu (we recently thoroughly surveyed) in the number of> 10 ^ 4 (more than 10 in the 4 so far) I have not found it at all, but were treated together. After treatment ureplazma not disappeared but only dropped to a level <10 ^ 3 (less than 10 in the 3rd degree) doctors convinced that this is almost the norm, and there is nothing terrible. Now I begin to think that this is not so, the more allergies than his wife observed recurrent inflammation of the reasons that doctors can not find :confused:. And allergies in childhood from his wife was not. Do you think we can still look good homeopath to conduct a course of antibiotics, plus immune-stimulating course neovir so usilis immunity? If anyone can recommend something to be very grateful. Thanks in advance! Post Skriptum: contact ICQ - I can give discount for online pharmacies, because work here. Sorry for offtopic :rolleyes:

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  • My husband is allergic to cats (not a whole lot but gets a little sniffly around them) and i have 2. We will soon be having our first baby and he SWEARS the baby will be allergic just like him. He says its dangerous to have cats around for that reason. now i know there are some safety concerns with animals being around newborns, which i fully intend on keeping a very close eye on. However he wants me to completly get rid of them. I disagree. I think that if the baby has problems when it comes out then i should consider giving them away, but i dont think i should just give them up right off the bat. Does anyone else have cat and newborn experiences?Keli
    victorian 5 Replies Flag this Response
  • If you're allergic to "cats", it's their saliva and there's not much you can do. Wash them manually, though they'll still lick themselves and cause a reaction.It may not even be the cats, though. It could be dust - or kitty hairs floating around. Try a short-haired cat and see what happens.
    Yusshin 9 Replies
    • October 19, 2010
    • 10:04 PM
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