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I also have asthma. My allergy symptoms have been fairly common (sneezing, running nose, itchy watery eyes ect.). I have had allergy testing done and am allergic to grass and cats. However, for the last 4 years my allergies have completely changed. Instead of the usual June to September run, my allergies now start in late August and go for about a month. My symptoms have also changed. I now have extremely itchy skin just around the outside of my lips. My lips are also red and swollen at times.
It almost seems like my nose has become hypersensitive; it constantly feels blocked but often leaks a watery fluid, I have at least 5 bouts of around 20 violent sneezes every day which can be triggered by anything - leaving the house or entering the house, showering or even just knocking my nose with my hands. My nose constantly itches and I feel almost permanently on the verge of sneezing.
Hi. I have a cat that is about 7 weeks old. He has watery eyes and runny nose and is sneezing all the time. I was wondering if this is allergies or if he has a cold? I need to take him to the vet, but won't be able to do so until next week. In the meantime is there anything I can do to help his symptoms?
I'm a nurse and from what I've read on the subject, cat allergies associated with toddlers can result in mild to severe allergic reactions, i.e. red, itchy, watery eyes, red, itchy skin, nasal congestion, severe repetitive sneezing, coughing, and even respiratory distress. The severity of the reaction depends upon how severe the child's immune system reacts to the proteins in the cat's saliva, urine, or dander (dead skin).
Sometimes if you go from light to dark or dark to light your pupils will go smaller to larger....is that what you mean? That is normal. But the itching and watery eyes....skin rashes...coughing....ALL related to allergies...I would get tested. You seem very concerned to not go ahead to the allergist.
I starter to sneeze and my eyes became watery. It's strange because I didn't have problems with cat eariler. It is possible to be allergic so suddently? I'm 23 yo.
She is also sneezing a lot and has really watery eyes (these were here before the leg problem). Vet tomorrow despite the teenager raging about having to change her plans.
Prettykitty1 has posted about this and her cat needing to be on a raw food diet.....the one cat I have now has food allergies and I've tried giving the raw diet and he wouldn't eat it, he also won't eat any of the commercial foods that he should be on!! And most cats won't eat their food if anything foreign is added, I know mine sure wouldn't! good luck with the Pet Flora, tell me Roberta is this added to the food or given in tablet form? keep posting and let us know how kitty is doing ok!
This happens sometimes, not usually both eyes. I just checked his eyes are they're fine. Our cat is a male who is in good health. What things can cause tearing of the eyes? Do you think he needs to be seen by his vet for this issue? Your opinions are appreciated.
I have a 2 year old male cat and he suffers from the occasional runny nose and watery eyes. It seems to start right about the time my allergies get bad. It lasts for a couple of days and then he is fine. I was just curious because he acts fine other than the few symptoms he has.
9 months ago I moved to Portland, OR. It's known for allergies and though I'd never had them before, noticed them almost instantly - sneezing, swollen & watery eyes in the morning. They seemed to get better for a while and then in Jan they got terrible - only this time it was only my eyes. They were watery and moderately red, but most noticeably they were swollen every morning, particularly the lower lid, under my eye.
When it was the tortiseshell I was fine no problems at all and we brought this kitten into our lives thats black and white and now i have runny nose,Rash , sneezing,watery eyes, at one time we also had our Tortiseshell and a himalayan living in my 1 bedroom apt together with no problems until I invited the black and white Kitten in my apt. I don't understand please explain this too me thanks Kristin This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.
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.
So this was caused/agravated by your eyes getting watery? Although I've had eczema all my life, I never had it on my eyelids or in the corner of my eyes before. Since an eye injury a few months ago resulted in my eye not producing sufficient moisture, I have to use eyedrops every 1/2 hr depending on conditions (eg, windy or forced air).
Anyways i've noticed when my allergies are bad, i.e sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, sore throat, cough, i get stabbing type pains under my left ribs which are worrying me, it doe's calm down when my allergies do and it's not severe just really annoying and uncomfortable. I don't think it's normal though, but i thought i'd ask if anyone else has had this? Or am i going to have to make an appoitment with my Doctor, hmmm. Xo.
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.
In April I started with the itchy, watery eyes. I has progressed to a rash on my face. I have been to the allergist, and the dermatologist who told me it was eczema. I am staring to think it has to do with a root canal I had done. The root canal was in Nov. 2006 and had to be redone in April and was wondering if anyone who has been experiencing similar symptoms had a root canal..
I have a persian who has had breathing difficulties, watery eyes and itchy skin with fur loss. She has been treated with cortisone in the past for her fur loss (by a conventional vet). BIG MISTAKE! This surpresses the problem and the fur loss always comes back. Plus, over time...cortisone, antibiotics, etc. cause organ damage and illness. In working with the homeopathic vet, my cats health is amazing. Her breathing and eyes are great, especially for a persian with a flat face!
I too, suffer from myriad food allergies, amongst other things.
A dermatologist advised to just wash them with Johnson baby shampoo and they will go away on its own. I still have have them. And are now making my eyes itchy and watery. I now have them on my eyelids too. I just moved to San Antonio Tx from Toronto, Canada. I never had this before. So I believe I got this form of allergy, here in Texas. I look forward to your next post. Also please read Alohachic comment. I'll give it a try and let your know.
Oh thats terrible, I was hoping the anal sac expression would do the trick for Becket...love the name btw the only other suggestions I can make to you is it could well be a parasite..coccidia in particular can cause smelly poo's. you don't need to take him back to the Vet to test for this just bring in a stool sample.. another thought is diet. you did say you just changed to wet food (great) but does the food still have grains? many cats can't tolerate grains...
I now use indoor/outdoor rugs only as they don't absorb dust. I still have dust and tree allergies as well as cat and am sensitive to smokes, perfumes, fragrances. When I buy a new product I try to get hypoallergenic ones without fragrance. Our dog once needed ear drops that had a fragrance and it bothered me so much we had to find puppy another med! Know many of you have these sensitivity issues and my guess is we may have mast cell involvement magnified by our autonomic dysfunction.
Could this be allergies or does it sound like something else. If it is allergies shouldn't they go away once I am away from whatever its causing the allergy?? I am tough guy but this is really adversely effecting me psychologically, and its getting the best of me. I don't think me stressing helps either. I am going to see an ENT this week, and Immunologist the following week. But I feel like its going to be a while before I see any results. Anyone have any suggestions or similar situations...
Sudden onset or temporary clear discharge from the eyes can be caused by injury (although this is unlikely if the discharge is from both eyes), allergic reaction or an upper respiratory tract infection - just like when humans get watery eyes when suffering from a cold. If your cat has a respiratory infection he is likely to also develop a wet nose.
I have been suffering with severe allergies in the summer. Runny nose, watery itchy eyes, sore throat, drip and cough. I have also had a cat scan which showed spots on my lungs. They have been redoing the cat scans every 4 months and they have not seen a change in over 2 years. My last cat scan showed another spot. Now they want to biopsy. I am told it is not necessarily cancer. What else could it be? I am a former smoker who quit over a year ago.
She complains every day and wakes up crying during the night that her throat and ears hurt her. Could this be allergies? we have a dog and a cat in the house. We need some answers im tired of seeing her in pain.
My cat keeps sneezing and sometimes has watery eyes. It started today and. I googled it and apparentley he's got upper respiratory infection. Are there any home remedies or ways I can help him without taking him to the vet?
I was never allergic to cats until I got pregnant with my first daughter, then I became allergic. Until I got pregnant with this one. Now I can be around my cat without sneezing and watery eyes. It can happen, but I wouldn't count on it. Good luck!
If the breathing sounds slightly wet/confested, it's likely a recurring respitory infection, especially if the eyes are watery and have some discharge. If it's a dry heave, it could be a hairball problem mixed with other issues. (Just because they don't hack 'em up doesn't mean they aren't there!
com/allergies/relief-for-allergies-8/cat-allergies • Ensure the cat is neutered • Bathing the cat at least once or twice a week • Wiping the cat with a wet cloth or hand towel daily • Remove the cat from the bedroom, close the bedroom door and air vents to the bedroom • Keep the cat outside or in the garage, or in a part of the home with an uncarpeted floor • Vacuum frequently with a HEPA-equipped vacuum cleaner • Purchase a HEPA room air cleaner for use in the bedroom and/or other parts o
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