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Re: allergies

Actually, you were reacting to the increasing strength of the allergen in the shots. And yes. DH's first advice is to "get rid of whatever you are allergic to!" Allergy shots are the the next best option. If you react to the shots, you can usually slow down on the increases in strength.
On Thursday, September 2, 2004, at 05:42 AM, Donna wrote:

I am sure Cathy will have a better answer for you.... but they do have
shots you can take to help control and build up a tolerance to certain
allergies. I tried them but --duh!-- I was allergic to the shots! LOL!
The small dozes were ok, but when they got the meaty ones, arm would
just swell up for two/three days big time... so I gave up.


I believe I'm developing a cat hair allergy but it doesn't matter. I will never get rid of this baby. She's been sleeping w/ me in the warm weather, which she never did before this year. And I am waking up w/ flooding sinuses every morning. It's OK. I don't like it, but I will live w/ it. Fortunately I'm not vain about my appearance because I'm looking like crap in the mornings these days.

Pam Evans Kemp, TX zone 8A

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