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Advice for son's allergies.

Unread postby reeva32 » Wed Jun 17, 2015 6:35 am

Newbie here, needing advice. My 8-year-old son has pet allergy ,but his tests came up negative. Anyone ever have this problem? We used to have a dog, but we got rid of her, and he felt so much better! He is getting sick this year in school as his reactions to pet dander have gotten worse. He now gets hives, post nasal drip, nausea, and red itchy eyes.

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Re: Advice for son's allergies.

Unread postby LelaManning » Wed Dec 07, 2016 5:36 am

Hope your son is better now. For those people out there suffering from pet dander would say if you or a family member has dog allergies, talk to a doctor. Getting control of symptoms will not only make you feel better, but it will help protect you from becoming sicker. When someone suffers from pet dander hives, post nasal drip, nausea, and red, itchy eyes are some common symptoms that occur. The best treatment for hives is to identify and remove the trigger, for post nasal drip antibiotics can clear up a bacterial infection and for red itchy eyes sunglasses are the best way to get rid of it. You can navigate here at to get rid from red itchy eyes.

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