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Re: Another OT

Actually, I'd say that the more serious the allergy, the more desensitization would be worth a try. My daughter greatly reduced her reaction to canines with allergy shots. She can now comfortably visit her sister who has two whippets!
On Thursday, November 20, 2003, at 05:36 AM, Melody wrote:

I suppose you've tried allergy shots, huh? Probably with such a serious
allergy as yours, the desensitization process isn't very successful,
which is too bad in your case since it seems to place such restrictions
on you. How do you do when people who live with cats (who if they are
anything like mine have decided all my clothing makes perfect beds for
them) come to visit you?

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)
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