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Allergic to animal dander, have sneezing and runny nose after staying with a cat. No relief with anti-allergic. Help?

I need to figure out what it wrong with me. I am allergic to animal dander . I stayed at a friends house for 3 days, and she has a cat. There is cat hair all over their house. I started sneezing and getting a runny nose there. I came home, and still had a runny nose. I started being very hot, and the running nose wouldn t stop. Allergy medication did not help. I am now running a fever of 102, and I feel nauseous. I am still sneezing. I wonder if this is an illness , an infection, or allergies.
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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you are mostly having an infection since you developed fever.. in allergy, fever is very rare and you will not be nauseating .it is hard to tell which infection you have without clinical examination and blood can also be just viral be on safer side visit a general physician he would examine you and do the blood test required..
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Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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