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    Is anyone familiar with NAET for allergy elimination?

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    **Tinkerbell**
    Wed Sep 07, 2011 4:34 pm
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    Hang in there, kromen!
    You know, I totally believe that we are all different and what works for me might not work for you. It's all a matter of trial and error for all of us. I don't think any medical discipline is all right or all wrong. It's finding the balance between western and eastern medicine and philosophies that's difficult, but once you get it, things start falling into place.
    As parents, we just want to see our children healthy and happy. Whatever it takes to make that happen is worth it in the end. icon_biggrin.gif

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    kromen
    Tue Sep 13, 2011 1:50 am
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    thanks for your words! i will continue down this path for a while. I've put this much into it, already... icon_smile.gif im taking a week off, though. we've been going pretty hard at doing as much as we possibly could fit in for the past couple mths, almost. it'll be nice to have a week off. cold season starts, though, so i'll be back at it, next week. i was just looking at my son's blood tests. he's probably allergic to at least 20-30 items that have been identified. i can see how it'd take a while to see him make progress! Knock out one allergy and there are "29" to go....
    **Tinkerbell**
    Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:34 pm
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    I can totally relate to being allergic to everything under the sun. But it's the allergy to pet dander and skin oils that have made the most significant impact on my life.
    My kids have even suggested "trading me in" so they could get the dog they've always wanted. What's worse.... I don't seem to remember my DH coming to my defense. I do however, remember him scoping out the bull dogs up for adoption. icon_eek.gif icon_wink.gif
    hongkongallergies
    Tue Jul 17, 2012 8:44 am
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    Hi Tinkerbell,
    Not sure if you're still checking in, but I'm interested in your experience with NAET when it comes to your pet allergies in particular. My 5 year old suffers from asthma and after a hospitalisation last year we discovered that he is allergic to cats. We rehomed our cats (very sad) and then bought a labradoodle, thinking that because they don't shed, we were safe. Dumb. Anyway, it appears that he is allergic to our dog now (assume the dander, rather than the hair, as she doesn't shed) and we are desperate to avoid having to give her away - we have 4 kids and it would break everyone's heart if we had to give up another pet. So I'm about to try NAET. Did it work well for your pet allergies?
    **Tinkerbell**
    Tue Jul 17, 2012 10:28 am
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    Hi, HongKongAllergies! Welcome to the Food.com forums. wave.gif

    First, I'm so sorry to hear about another child with asthma. I know it's something that really alienated me from other kids and activities growing up.

    So far, I have not found one "hypo-allergenic" dog that I won't react to. I think too many folks just don't understand that I am allergic to the oils in the SKIN, not the hair. The hair simply scatters the oils everywhere, instead of just where the pet sits or rubs up against.

    I haven't been treated and checked for a pet, exactly. See, my mom and mother in law both clipped hair samples from their dogs a few years ago. They mailed those samples to me, and I had my NAET doctor treat me with them (just as she would with a vial of anything else). Unfortunately, we are in different states. I didn't come into contact with either pet after treatment because my father passed away and mom found a home for his dog where the pet would have another full-time lap to sit in, and my MIL gave her pup to a friend who's daughter has a debilitating disease and really had a connection to the dog and needed a constant companion.
    So, I'll never know if the treatment was a success or not. I wish I could, because I understand your pain and I know that my family would give anything to have a pet (that wasn't swimming in a bowl), but I can't bring myself to buy the pet, then try treatment, because it would break their hearts if I had to give it away in the end.

    I remember, my first memory, at age 2-1/2, when we had to give away our two Siamese cats. They were my best friends. icon_sad.gif

    I would suggest clipping a hair sample and taking it to the NAET practitioner. You've got nothing to lose and everything to gain. icon_smile.gif
    Good luck! And do let us know how things work out!
    ((hugs))
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