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Posted by P-latex@juno.com on March 13, 2000 at 13:36:17:

In Reply to: Allergic Rhinitis posted by Julie Mahoney on March 09, 2000 at 15:09:51:


: My two year old son was just diagnosed with allergic rhinitis to cat and two types of mold. Can my cats remian living in the house with my son? I'm afraid if I do keep my cats I will be subjecting my son to other possible health problems? I am doing everything to control the environment i.e. air purifiers, allerpet on my cats, pulling up his carpet in his room, keeping cats out of his room etc. He gets lots of colds to. How can I tell the difference between a cold and allergies. His only symptoms are stuffy/runny nose. There are times when he could go weeks without any symptoms. I just want to do what is best for my son.

hi. i have a latex allergy and have never had allergies before i have found a great deal about allergyies in the past 5 years. did you know that allergies can kill. did you know that allergies weaken your immune system. allergies do cause the things that are wrong with your son. and from the array of doctors i saw they can not tell the differents so how can you. no to scar you but look up crib death-- children with crib death have had allergic reaction to cats and latex.; but the cause of death is crib death. with all of this and look it up on the internet. if i was you i would get rid of the cat. i think children should be able to live without feeling sick most of there life. if he is allergic to cat have him tested for latex also becuse this is a more serious problem

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