Cat allergies in babies symptoms

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So it might be the change in the cat tree in your cat's case...my vet said that the tiniest change in their environment can trigger such behavior. Or she might just miss you alot when you are out of town. Do you have a good pet sitter or friend to spend time with her while you are gone? I, too, just put my cat on Venison and Green Pea to rule out any allergy component, although I am pretty sure his is completely behavioral, as he is a pretty sensitive cat anyways. Feliway may or may not work.
Wet foods are better than dry foods simply because of the moisture in the food, helping your cat stay UTI free. What brand of dry foods do you feed her? Egg yolk is great! I feed my cats egg yolks. Egg yolk provides B vitamin fresh from the source, and cats do need vitamins. Now, commercial foods are, as far as vitamins and minerals, balanced, so I wouldn’t really add the egg yolk because there isn’t a lack of it right now. I have to do it because I feed my cats a balanced raw diet.
But, this is a prescription food. How old is your cat? Is she indoors 100%? Any other symptoms besides vomiting? How about lethargy, nausea, lack of (or increase in) appetite weight loss, dehydration, limping? The more info you give us, the better it is to assess this issue. But remember, your best choice is to get her to a vet ASAP. In the meantime make sure she drinks plenty of water to prevent dehydration. Congrats on your new baby. Good Luck!
This brings me to the behavioral problems. For the first year this cat was the sweetest cat ever to everyone except our other cat (a small female). He has always bullied the female cat, but it is getting progressively worse. He will attack her and chase her out of the room any time she tries to come out to socialize. He is no longer friendly to anyone but my husband and I. My family just came to visit and he hisses and lunges at them, trying to attack.
She was an emergency c- section and we have had a cat since before she was born. She has no allergies and no sign of asthma at almost 4 years old. She has had many head and chest colds during the winter and due to classmates, yet she never has breathing or lung issues.
my friend just gave birth to twins and oh boy, she had SO MANY problmes with them while pregnant that I felt very bad for her.. at some point, they were going to cut off one of her babies in belly....thank God they both survived...they were premature though, 7 months and weighting 700 g!!!! SO TINY!anyway, I am so blessed to have one bean in me!!! I wish to hear the heartbeat on my next sonogram in 3 weeks....
I used to spend the whole evening exercising 5-6 days a week in my mid-20s back in college without ever getting any symptoms such as these. But, now in my early 50's I come down with flu-like symptoms even with a mild weight workout--but no problems with walking for 40-50 minutes uphill to break a mild sweat. My internist Dr.'s response has been: "I don't know what to say!
they took a culture it came back normal they gave me a cat scan that was normal they drew blood everything was normal they made me think it was just all in my head. if everything is normal why do i have all these symtoms? It just started like i said 3 days ago out of the blue..as soon as i go to the bathroom i get relief for about 2 or 3 minutes then it starts to build up again i haven't been sleeping it wakes me up every half hour to an hour.
I can't see it being just your laundry detergent if its only happening in bed. You wash your clothes in the same detergent and they're in closer contact with your skin. Vacuum your mattress and bedroom as thoroughly as possible daily for a couple of weeks. ( buy a new mattress if you can afford to) buy and use a mattress protector, air the room as much as possible and lastly (youre not going to like this) keep the dogs off the bed.
This is the first Web site I've found where there are people with the same symptoms that I have. I am a 32 year old male who lives in Seattle, WA. I have Thalassemia minor and suffer mainly from ongoing fatigue. I am ALWAYS tired, no matter how well I eat or what vitamins I take. Doctors tell me that I'm fine and "just need to avoid Iron and do some aerobic exercise." I would exercise if I had the energy to. It's comforting to see postings from people all over the world.
Hi I am jumping in late into this thread. I was not sure if I would be starting this month or in February, but as of Tuesday we got the thumbs up from our RE that we would start once my period shows up which by my calculations will be Jan 23. I am to call the office and go in on the third day. I got my list of meds I cannot believe my eyes...I like allgood427 cannot not even look when I see a needle much less give it to myself.
I have had the same symptoms for about 9 months now!! I also describe it as a rainstick sound. My doctor had no idea what it is but did not seem concerned about it. As far as medical issues, I am overweight by about 20 pounds and have migraines, reflux, and anxiety/depression.
Inflammation of the sinuses could be due to an allergy, an infection, or ongoing exposure to an irritant, such as pollution or smoke. Symptoms can include a headache or pressure in the area of the sinuses, a stuffy nose, achy teeth, an odor coming from the nose, postnasal drip, cough, sore throat, laryngitis, lightheadedness, constant low fever, and thick, yellow to green nasal drainage. This inflammation can block sinus drainage and cause increased mucus production.
Fatigue, my legs have knots, I have headaches days on end. If you touch my hair it hurts. These symptoms can not all be in my head(so to speak). I have joint and body pain all the time. I work on a computer all day 8 hrs or more, I think my headaches and fatigue may be related to my work. I take additional supplements daily and have for about 1 year. Has anyone else had the same symptoms along with the indentions and have they increased in size?
in the last two weeks i have had three blood vessels just pop in my fingers. i was not doing anything out of the ordinary. what could be causing this? should there be a cause for concern?
I have seen multiple ENTs and they have all prescribed steroid cream that works great, but then it comes back with a vengeance. I only have these symptoms in my right ear, but they are not only on the ear they are behind it too in the groove where the ear attaches to the head. Anybody else having that? I have found a couple of things that seem to help, but like everyone else, no cure :-(. I have been using the Gold Bond lotion that fairly new.
We love primitive camping, the beaches, and any outdoor activities that we could include our babies in. We are having the hardest time letting go, but I pray that we will know when to stop. She is drinking water, eating some of the chicken; so as long as she is willing, wagging her tail, able to go outside and enjoy, we will continue the fight. My family and friends are supportive, but now they want us to let go. How can I make that decision as long as she is fighting?
Have stopped upper body workouts without improvement in symptoms. Going to ditch the underwire bra for a few weeks and see what happens.
I was confirmed pregnant on day 14 after the procedure by blood test. I had the symptoms before I was confirmed positive and I also thought they were in my head, but there could be more to it. I had a failed IUI a few months before and I did not have any symptoms at all. Good luck!
I will ask doc about RSV, did your baby have any symptoms during the fevers? Thanks in advance for any help.
I have had a problem for years.. I get mall particles of food that gets stuck in the back of my throat somewhere around the nasal passage area. These are small particle of hard food like a part of a peanut shards after being chewed up..
I have also other symptoms like when i wake up in the morning, i can taste something sour in my mouth. I think its the stomach acid. I really need help but no docs seem to be able to help me. I have seen more than 3 doctors in the past two weeks.
If it was me whatever I had because it sounds like the cat is in very bad condition. He may have an infected tooth which is causing it and in that case you would probably have to have the tooth out.
Many babies and children haven't built up a tolerance yet to outside germs and can develop allergies. On babies in particular this can be very difficult to diagnose, as it can present in various symptoms. What is worse then cats is birds.. the dust in the feathers can cause respiratory problems in infants. If you have any concerns talk to your vet or physician. they will give you the answers you are looking for.. Good luck hon..
I just wanted to say Hello! I just found this community! I have 6 cats! All but one were adopted off the streets! I am a sucker for a starving cat/kitten who shows up on my porch! Once they come inside my house, they never leave! My favorite saying is "there's always room for one more" my fear is that I'm going to end up being one of "those" cat lady's that they find dead in her house with 187 cats! UGH! My cats are: Frasier, Fred, Pudge, Calvin, Hazel, and Patches!
I KNOW it would be a huge hassle to quarantine since she'll probably wail, but I don't know what else to advise since I've never had more than one cat at a time. It *could* be allergies; you should know in a day or so by whether this progresses or not. Oh, Staci, fingers crossed it's just a sneeze and your babies don't all get ill again. That was a nightmare! Hugs!!...
Believe it or not, dog allergies are very uncommon. Cat allergies are much, much more common. And I'm not just saying that b/c I'm a dog person! Something about dander, dogs have a different type, kind, amount, whatever...I just know my allergist said it is actually quite rare to be allergic to dogs, although some people may tell you differently. Wish I could be more help. I do think you can develop milk or formula allergies after you've been on them for a while.
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Various withdrawal effects may include shakes, shivers, diarrhea, nausea, and possible flu-like symptoms. Not all people experience will all withdrawal symptoms, and some people may experience others not listed here. The length of time withdrawal symptoms occur can range from a couple of days to weeks depending on how high your dose was and how long you were on the drug. Withdrawal symptoms can be reduced by discontinuing use of the drug slowly (i.e., gradually reducing the daily dose).
Late in January I came here telling about my 15 yr. old cat Hissie. I made a number of posts, as I was beside myself worrying about my kitty. Hissie in late Jan. stopped eating, throwing up a lot, etc. Took her to the vet. She had a large dried up hairball in her intestines that required surgery. Vet did exploratory surgery as well. All looked normal to the vet. Several blood tests were done and xrays. Other than the hairball, Hissie is a healthy cat.
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