Allergic to Horses Anyone?????
Jojo

Twin Falls, ID

#63 Oct 16, 2011
I love love LOVE horses and when I found out that I'm allergic to horses I was sooooooo sad!! My nose gets so stuffed, I sneeze like there's no tomorrow, my throat itches, and my eyes get all red and watery just like when I'm around cats...
Ember Weaver

United States

#64 Dec 30, 2011
I'm 15 and I got my scratch test results and it says horses are a big one. I love them and I'm just starting rodeo this year. I don't want to give them up. Does anyone no if I can take anything. I get allergy shots will that help ?
dr fungus says

Berowra, Australia

#65 Jan 4, 2012
Ember Weaver wrote:
I'm 15 and I got my scratch test results and it says horses are a big one. I love them and I'm just starting rodeo this year. I don't want to give them up. Does anyone no if I can take anything. I get allergy shots will that help ?
allergy does not exist it is academic invention for what they dont know or understand.candida impares your involuntary nerves,then you have double effect,firstly your nose maybe does not suply moisture to trap fine horse dust,secondly imune system is confused and panics by sneezing.doctor will give you antihistamine which will block your imune system alert.it would be like driving a car without warning lights.your problem is CANDIDAL infection for which there is no cure,you can only control it with non candidal food for life.before you tell me you dont have candida every body have it as a part of digestion,but problem is overgrowth of it.if candida is not controlled end result is myriad of diseases diabetes and cancer later on .whole world is candidaly infected without even knowing it, and ones who know it they ignore it,as people would rather die then change their diet.
Allergy God

Centreville, VA

#66 Jan 5, 2012
Of course this a quack speaking. There is NO data in the literature to support Candida infection as a cause for allergy. It is an IGE mediated disease and can be treated with medicines or in the case of large animal vets, allergy shots. The problem is there is no safe and effective serum yet for horse immunotherapy.
dr fungus says

Berowra, Australia

#67 Jan 5, 2012
Allergy God wrote:
Of course this a quack speaking. There is NO data in the literature to support Candida infection as a cause for allergy. It is an IGE mediated disease and can be treated with medicines or in the case of large animal vets, allergy shots. The problem is there is no safe and effective serum yet for horse immunotherapy.
with all due respect to your flat earth theory gallileo gallilei was a quack as there was no data to support his stupidity thats how powerfull clergy branded him.your powerfull clergy has shifted today to powerfull pharmaceuticals.keep worshiping science,these guys are dying from same diseases they curing us from.and one more faulty gene or was it faulty clay god made adam from, or geneticaly inherited diseases,our kitchen and eating is geneticaly inherited too.i wonder how did cave man ever evolve without science.by your way of thinking nothing should exist because it was not scientificaly walidated,and local councils did not aprove caveman dwelling.modern man will die out ,primitive man will continue if modern man does not testroy him.i was very privileged to live with tribal people and that was my university.
Chels

Barrie, Canada

#68 Jan 11, 2012
Been riding for years, developed the allergy when I was 15 (when I first got my horse), Tried allergy shots (didn't work & too expensive & took too long for my body to even think about becoming immune to the shots). Now im using Flonaze or however you spell it. You have to use it everyday for it to work, haven't been around a horse but when I do it seems like I get an intense head cold.
Sometimes I feel like my allergies are a state of mind and that if I ignore the thought, they won't come.
I just want to get a surgery or something to remove the part of my nose which gets tickled when I'm around a horse.
dr fungus says

Revesby, Australia

#69 Jan 20, 2012
Chels wrote:
Been riding for years, developed the allergy when I was 15 (when I first got my horse), Tried allergy shots (didn't work & too expensive & took too long for my body to even think about becoming immune to the shots). Now im using Flonaze or however you spell it. You have to use it everyday for it to work, haven't been around a horse but when I do it seems like I get an intense head cold.
Sometimes I feel like my allergies are a state of mind and that if I ignore the thought, they won't come.
I just want to get a surgery or something to remove the part of my nose which gets tickled when I'm around a horse.
if we bash our head against concrete wall and get headache we will take headache tablets they dont work so medical science will develop most suitable concrete to bash our head against doctors will prescribe most suitable concrete and governments will subsidise this concrete but nobody will ask why we have to bash our head against concrete.and if we can live without head doctors will cut our head off to stop headache.what im talking today people of tomorrow will understand
EIMEAR

Ireland

#70 Feb 21, 2012
i am soooo allergic to horses and i love them its sooo unfare wat horse can i go near r even touch please help i think i will never be able to go near horses i am ..............soooooooooooooo sad please help p.s i am crying while i am writing this HELP ME PLEASE :-( XXX
EIMEAR

Ireland

#71 Feb 21, 2012
am i allowed the horse : foxtrotters if i am allergic to horses please answer this question please
Allergy God

Centreville, VA

#72 Feb 21, 2012
Find an allergist who tries allergy shots to horses and give them a try.
Kirsty C

Armagh, UK

#73 Mar 7, 2012
What are these shots and were can you get them? im allergic to horses but i love them :(
EIMEAR

Ireland

#74 Mar 12, 2012
i am ellergic to horses very much but i was very near a horse and nothing really happened does this mean that i am allowed them ..... please help me
Ally

New Richmond, WI

#75 May 4, 2012
i have noticed that i get watery eyed and sneeze alot when i brush our horses. doesn't anybody know the best allergy medicine with out all the drowsiness side affects?
Allergy God

Centreville, VA

#76 May 5, 2012
Claritin is the cheapest. Lasts 12-24 hours. Not sedating. Allegra 180 is also effective and non-sedating.
riley duarte

Newbury Park, CA

#77 Jul 30, 2012
Im allergic to horses too i hate it i love riding i used to take lessons but i couldnt breath and my eyes got itchy aand my nose got stuffy i stopped taking lessons but i have to talk my mom into letting me do them again. look i know how all of you feel but we cant just be loosers and sit around feeling sory four ourselves we need to do all that we can to full fill our life long dreams my is to live on a nice big equestrian ranch where i jump ride and spend my whole day with horses and i can make that happen if happen we can make all of our dreams happen we just need to make a stand and fight for what we love im not a fighter im a lover but ill fight for what i love
riley duarte

Newbury Park, CA

#78 Jul 30, 2012
EIMEAR wrote:
i am soooo allergic to horses and i love them its sooo unfare wat horse can i go near r even touch please help i think i will never be able to go near horses i am ..........soooooooooooooo sad please help p.s i am crying while i am writing this HELP ME PLEASE :-( XXX
a bashkir curly horse it a hypoallergenic horse
arabianhorsegurl

Overland Park, KS

#79 Dec 1, 2012
Use curly horses. they don't trigger allergies and they are typically very sweet & calm- good for beginners as well.
Courtney

Lilburn, GA

#80 Feb 23, 2013
I have a weird cad of horse allergies, I used to be around horses from birth to about 5- 6 years old, but now I'm allergic to them (and I love horses). I've tried Zyrtec, but I still sneeze, get a runny and stuffed nose and hives on my arms. I have no idea how or why I got this allergy.....and I'm planning on getting my own horses again....What should I do? Anything will help, except shots because I'm terrified of needles.
SereCowgirl

Roundup, MT

#82 May 14, 2013
May 14, 2013. Hi all, I have just had a hypoallergenic foal born tonight, he will be looking for a new home. According to his pedigree, he will be a blue/brown roan, 16 hh, gelding, when he matures. He may be a bay roan. He WILL be roan, he will be agouti, he will make 15.3 or 16 hh, and he will be, he is, hypoallergenic. He is in WA right now, and will return home to me with his momma to Billings Montana after breeding season. If anyone knows anyone interested, contact me at donna@curlyhorses.com. Thank you!
Brody

Bronx, NY

#83 May 31, 2013
My balls tingle and my load shoots when I'm around horses, does this mean I'm allergic to them

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