How to Keep Your Cat By Fixing Your Cat Allergy


Can you suddenly develop cat allergy?

It’s possible to develop any type of allergy at any point in your life, so it’s very possible to suddenly develop a cat allergy. It’s also possible for a cat allergy to go away as you get older. An allergy test can confirm if you have a cat allergy.

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How do you get rid of your cat allergy without having to get rid of your cat? I'm Dr. Manan Shah, I'm an ENT and allergist with Wyndly Health. The only clinically proven way of getting rid of a cat or dog allergy is through immunotherapy.

What this means is you take an FDA-approved extract and you either inject it weekly in your arm, or you can take it orally as allergy drops. Over time, as you continue to expose your body to small doses of that cat or dog dander, your body becomes desensitized. If you'd like to learn more, please subscribe.

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