Cat Allergy and Children

Posted at 2:25 pm on 01/21/2015 by Powlin V. Manuel
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Children love cats, adults love cats, but what to do if your child develops allergy to cat? It is a very common problem. Symptoms of sneezing and skin itches get worse. Ever a bigger problem is when an attack of asthma is triggered by the presence of a cat.
What can you do? The best option is not to have a cat. If that impossible, do the following:

  • Give frequent baths to cat will help.
  • Keep the cats away from bed room strictly.
  • See an allergist for allergy shots to make the child develop tolerance.

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