Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Migraines Supposedly Caused By Allergic Reaction To Pet

On one of the animal rescue email lists I'm on, a person was looking to rehome their kitty because their child's doctors claimed the child was having migraines due to an allergic reaction to the cat.

My response:

Please do a Google search on:

vaccines migraines

It's not uncommon for vaccines to cause migraines. Do a Google search also on:

vaccine ingredients

You might try an experiment: If you and your daughter go on vacation, or if the kitty were to stay with friends for a week, does your daughter still have migraines?

Given how much money is involved with vaccines, how much money doctors make off the drug companies, it wouldn't surprise me one bit if none of the doctors that have seen your daughter mentioned the vaccine-migraines connection...

Alternatively, if there is in fact an allergy to the kitty going on, a good NAET (Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques) practitioner should easily and inexpensively be able to retrain your daughter's body so that it no longer perceives or responds to the kitty as something that triggers an allergic reaction.

A third thing you can try is to change the kitty's diet, going to a more organic diet--especially a diet with no fish given the fact that the millions of gallons of toxic "dispersants" BP dumped into the Gulf last year are infesting our food supply, especially the fish that goes into pet food--may eliminate the problem IF your daughter is in fact having an allergic reaction to the kitty.

But first and foremost, I would research the distinct possibility of a vaccine-migraine connection.



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