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RE: allergies

I should print this off for DH.... I am allergic to dust and yep, told
Dh that we needed a house keeper so I wouldn't have to dust anymore...
you don't even want to hear his reply LOL!

There was a point that the lower doses where not effective and any more
just caused the reaction... They switched something like three times
then I just gave up and stopped going.


> 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
> 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.
> Cathy

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