How To Detect Cat Fur Inhaled During Pregnancy?
If we are pregnant all around us, there are many cats, what else is the fur, how do we detect the hair entering or inhaling with us, is it really safe or not? Or have to check the lab?
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To avoid feathers and particles entering human breathing, the body actually has a body's defense mechanism in such a way as to avoid this, starting from the nose hair, mucous membranes in the nose. But what needs to be concerned about animal hair is that there is a history of previous allergies.
In addition to animal hair that is important to note is the risk factor for toxoplasma infection which is transmitted by one of them through cat feces infected with the virus.
Therefore, what needs to be done is:
Avoid direct contact, especially with cat feces
If your cat is your pet, you should keep your cat clean, feed and get vaccinated. To prevent infections in cats that can be transmitted through feces
Maintain personal and environmental hygiene
Perform screening controls and examinations with obstetricians
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