Coping With A Cat Allergy
Most people love to own cats and dogs, but unfortunately, many people are also allergic to such animals. If you think that you’ve suddenly developed a cat allergy, make sure you do your homework before blaming symptoms on your four-legged, furry friend.
The only way you can find out for sure if you’re suffering from a cat allergy, whether it’s longhaired or shorthaired, is to take a specific test given by your physician. While at the doctor’s office, your physician will also ask you a number of questions such as your family history, your past history of allergies and how long you’ve been feeling particular symptoms such as watery eyes, itching, sneezing, among other more serious complaints.
Then, the physician will more than likely perform what’s called a skin-prick test or an intracutaneous test. These two tests will