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Itchy rash, gets aggravated due to heat. Previous allergy to rabbits. Allergic to kittens?

Hi there I have had a kitten now for eight weeks but have had a very itchy rash for the past week which is aggregated when I am hot. I had changed my wash powder to non bio and have recently changed back. My question is could I be allergic to my kitten? I ve had no probs for past few weeks its just developed recently. I have two dogs and I m fine with them but I have a severe allergy to rabbits which causes itchy red eyes and wheezing . Thank you
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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if you had no allergy before and the animal were there then chances of wash powder are more
if allergy increases after cat came to your house itmeans allergy to cats
you can think over it
after changing back the powder or allergic substance 4 week are required to finish the effect
so add antiallergic crelitin 10 mg od for 4 wk
apply local antiallaergic application and antiallergic eye drops
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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