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As it turned out it was almost a complete waste, but the kitty shrink did say she thought it was allergies, but added that the cat should continue seeing her as well. I took the cat off of his psyche meds and returned to our original vet, he decided to biopsy the 5 areas where the fur was gone. That was useless as well. The vet decided to then test him for allergies and it came back that he was allergic to 32 different things.
dont try any that claim to be 'natural' yet have heavy pine scents. a good one that many are happy with is by Dr. Elseys Precious Cat...preferably the SENIOR which supposedly is chemical free. or you can try paper pellets...or beads if kitty will use. And what are you feeding? this type of allergy is either food related or environmental. if you are feeding dry kibble, this is full of grains(common allergy) and chemical/preservatives. I would try a canned food, preferably one with NO grains...
It may well be the cat litter. The all natural without perfume is best, but with all natural you have to change it often and keep it scooped because it will grow bacteria that can cause urinary tract infections and kidney infections....all litter will do this. I do house calls for my cats and it is so much easier. I heard a butcher tell me years ago that he fed his cats cooked chicken and rice. I don't know if that is balanced or not. I know they need grass or greens too.
Hi, I have adopted a middle aged cat named Rudolph, age estimated at about 7 by the vet, from a shelter about one and a half months ago. He adjusted well to the environment and seems to be happy. The only issue is that he is throwing up a big hairball about once every week that comes out with pretty much the whole last meal he had. He is just a short haired cat and he is being brushed regularly and doesn't even shed that much hair at all.
I'm guessing you don't have to deal with allergies or a science degree ..... take a general introduction to biology course that covers the immune system and you'll see why "ignoring" the allergies isn't possible. I dealt with my cat allergies with antihistamines for 4 years, then they stopped working. I was miserable but ignored the symptoms and tried to work through them.
Hi, Sorry to hear about your severe allergies. I know of an item you can try that is natural and will not have any of the side effects like those of the antibiotics. It is a Agaricus mushroom extract called Agarigold. I know that it boosts your immune system and will combat your allergies. Succumbing to allergies is a result of a compromised immune system. You can read what is can do here, as well as what it has done for others: http://****.
The dizziness resembled being carsick, with lightheadedness and occasional moments of nausea and feeling faint (but I never passed out). I had a CAT scan and blood work twice, and so far no diagnosis for the dizziness/fatigue. It got better for a few weeks but last week I began to have dizzy spells again, this time accompanied by maxillary sinus pressure. I had just switched allergy medications, from Nasonex to generic Flonase, right at the time my symptoms returned.
I was wondering if anyone would consider NAET for eliminating their allergies. NAET is Natural Allergy Elimination Technique. I suppose it falls into the category of Energy Medicine, or maybe hocus-pocus! However, I tried it with my son, and it worked. Unfortunately, the only thing my son seemed to be allergic to at the time, was grass and cat hair, so these were the only allergies he was "cured" of. The practitioner was very professional, and highly educated.
I am convinced that this is a cure and that the Chlorpheniramine somehow bonds to the hydrocodone to be most affective. Problem is ofcourse that it is a narcotic and no doctor will give that on a daily bases for the rest of my life. Are there any other drugs that could possibly bond with the Chlorpheniramine and take it right to the nasal area? I have done all the alergy testing three times. Head xray, Barium swallow, and all the prescription sprays, decongestants and antihistamines.
Saw 2 ENTs before finally being referred to an allergy specialist and had the testing done- found dust, pollenn, cat etcs allergies. I have horrible face/neck pain, headaches and a feeling of my throat being constantly clogged up. It has made me so down I keep crying and feels like its taking over my life. Im meant to be marrying next year and should be the happiest ive ever been, but instead of that some days i feel like giving up. I don't want to live like this.
If you find out that the wine is the culprit, check out sulfite allergies. Everything in the onion and garlic family is in the natural sulfite family, not just grapes.
You could also mention to your vet that you have started feeding your cat a brand of dry cat food. They usually ask if you're feeding your cat something new. Good luck to you and your kitty.
It's horrible to watch. I researched, and found that some vets are having success treating cat allergies with zyrtec. The generic is cetirizine and it is available OTC. Our kitty weighs 10 pounds. The vet had us start with 1/2 of a human dose (24 hour pill, 30mg). We now give him 1/2 pill in the morning and 1/2 pill at night (a human dose split in two), and for a while his itchy/scratchy definitely got better. I also suffer seasonal allergies, and the last week has been horrible.
Hi beachkat -- love the name! ;-) Medications react differently to everyone, that's why sometimes it's necessary to revisit the doctor, or better yet, a specialist in order to go through that route of discovery, trying to find what works best for each patient. Some doctors just prescribe meds carte blanche and aren't really sensitive to individual patient needs. Others are not like that and try to find the right combination of medications suitable for each patient.
I have been suffering from allergies/rhinitis for years now and I can't take it anymore. I have a solid job with good insurance. I am constantly congested and it is becoming a problem with my work. I have had 3 surgeries on my nose: 2 partial turbinectomy, 1 deviated septum surgery. I spend every 15 minutes of the day in the bathroom trying to blow my nose and nothing ever comes out. Every ENT I go to says they will not perform a full turbinectomy.
(Also I have not had a cold or the flu in years.) I have tried all the 'natural cures' and I have had CAT scans XRAYS and MRI's and exploratory sinus surgery. I have been to multiple allergists and ENT's so I'm no amateur at this-I have worked very, very hard to find a cure. Some of the teas will help for a short(hour) period of time but some of the herbals make the drainage worse.
I am merely talking about YOU keeping an eye on what YOUR cat eats, or YOU being in control of what your cat consumes, because I found that the most expensive canned foods also made my cat bleed, and yes, I tried all of them trying to find a cure for my cat when the cure was in my fridge, frozen, fresh from the market: Human Intended Meat.
For example, if you have a mildly deviated septum, suffering from mild allergies will swell up your nasal turbinates, narrowing you nasal passageways. This may not be enough to clog up your nose, but if you have flimsy nostrils or had rhinoplasty in the past that weakened the nostrils, then breathing in with a stuffy nose may trigger your nostrils to collapse. Starting from the tip of your nose, the first thing you must do is to find out if you have flimsy nostrils.
I was able to spend the weekend with my cat with minimal symptoms. I'm the best I've been with her. When I am actually exposed to a cat, I can feel the spots in my right lung and right side of my nose where it's inflamed where the irritant hits.  However, this is not true on the left side anywhere in my body. All the symptoms I experience are on the right side of my body. I'm fully medicated for allergies, Xyzal, Singulair, Advair, NAsacort, Maxair, and I'm a neti pot master.
Is there any natural cure for this kind of problem which will be effective.What is the medical name of this problem. The sounds are like any vehicle is passing nearby.
Be convinced that YOU yourself can cure your cat. In this case, knowledge of what you need to do can safe her. Yes, take her to the vet on Monday is she gets worse; but remember constipation is related to nothing but food, and it makes sense. Hairballs? A diet fit for carnivores will prevent those from forming, trust me. I am seeing it!! Why do I make emphasis on the digestive enzymes? Nearly every pet can benefit from supplementation with enzymes.
dont try any that claim to be 'natural' yet have heavy pine scents. a good one that many are happy with is by Dr. Elseys Precious Cat...preferably the SENIOR which supposedly is chemical free. or you can try paper pellets...or beads if kitty will use. And what are you feeding? this type of allergy is either food related or environmental. if you are feeding dry kibble, this is full of grains(common allergy) and chemical/preservatives. I would try a canned food, preferably one with NO grains...
this is a symptom of an allergic reaction to something, fleas/foods/dust or pollen Similar to the allergies we humans get only in Pets the allergies show up on their skin where we sneeze of get stuffed up. My cat has this disease and he gets small scabs on his skin and when he scratches or licks they break open and get raw and sore...he has an allergy to certain foods...we think and are in the process of trying different ones.
I stopped taking the medicine after only 3 weeks and needless to say, I am still breaking out in hives and have joint pain. I have been tested for allergies and that was negative. I have had bloodwork done and it was negative. Just wondering if anyone else was experiencing same symptoms. I am going insane trying to deal with this!
- Stuffy nose in morning, can't breathe through nose sometimes - Get pressure in head occasionally through the day, sometimes turns into headaches - Hard to breathe through nose sometimes - Feel pressure in ears sometimes - I've been diagnosed with Allergies at allergist Ok so I used to work at the Casino where there was smoke billowing through the buildings. Well after I quit that job I noticed a mucus problem that came from nowhere. I ignored it for the whole spring and summer.
Grains make up the majority of dog food company food sources. Many people find when they switch to an all natural diet, the allergies their dogs had disappear. This is common. Not only is feeding raw cheaper to feed than commercial dog foods, but there are enormous savings to be made by not having all those vet visits to fix your dogs' allergies. Are you asking yourself yet, "why hasn't my vet recommended this?" Yes, I would ask that of them too.
I was diagnosed with this disease and have been trying to find a natural way to cure it. I don't want to have to deal with the side affects of medication. I'm not on any meds, but I am over weight. I believe this came about due to the amount of food additives/chemicals I take in. It's sad to see how much additives/chemicals are put into the food we eat. I've been trying to pay close attention to what I eat and it seems to help but I still break out.
Had MRI's, blood work, CT, etc. My ENT said that she thinks it all has to do with allergies. She said my allergies (Something in the air) were just building up and building up. I started having these symptoms because the build up just became too much. She just put me on Singulair and a nasel spray. Said it might take a month to work. I hope it does because this is not fun, especially the vision changes.
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