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From: seashells (
Subject:         Re: Dairy and Pet Allergies
Date: August 1, 2012 at 7:39 pm PST

In Reply to: Dairy and Pet Allergies posted by C. Dove on January 15, 2009 at 1:36 pm:

My allergist told me that the more allergens you're
exposed to together, the more you'll react to each of
them. So if you're allergic to cats and dairy, just
consuming dairy, but not having cats, or having cats,
but not eating dairy, will produce a more minor
reaction than owning cats and eating dairy.

My dairy allergy went undetected until I got cats, and
then I started having serious reactions every time I
consumed dairy products (as well as strong reactions
to the cats). I eliminated the dairy but kept the
cats, and now my cat allergies are much improved!
They're not 100% gone but most days I am totally fine.

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