Is It True That Cat Fur Can Cause Infertility?
Want to ask, I have a stray cat, I was given a friend when I was a baby, now almost 1 year old. My cat hasn’t vaccinated me. I want to ask my cat, the fur is falling out, and if the feather suddenly accidentally eats, the fur is stuck to clothes, mattresses and pillows. Will it cause infertility? Thank you
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The existence of a hobby of raising animals is a fun hobby and can provide kindness to fellow living creatures in the world. So if you have a pet and you care for at home, then you can do this well and you have consulted the veterinarian in your city so you can get good information on caring for animals in a healthy manner and you can know how to maintain animal health. You. With the information you get from veterinarians, you will have a lot of knowledge in caring for animals and preventing illnesses that are transmitted from animals to humans.
If until now you have not vaccinated your animal, then it is likely that this shows that you have never consulted a hospice administrator directly. The benefits of this pet vaccine are very important in preventing diseases in animals and will help prevent diseases in humans. However, in addition to vaccines, providing good care for animals, maintaining animal hygiene, making routine visits to the veterinarian is one of the efforts to maintain the health of pets and prevent transmission of disease to humans from pets.
Some risks of animal diseases that can be transmitted to humans are:
2. Fungal infections
4. Toxoplasmaosis or the entry of parasites into the human body
In the context of the risk of pregnancy disorders or difficulty getting pregnant while caring for pets, this is related to parasitic contamination (Toxoplasma) on the hands or food that is eaten by humans because the pet care process is not good. This disease is transmitted from feces or feces of cats that are not cleaned properly which ultimately contaminates the hands or human food. So that maintaining food waste, the home environment and doing good sanitation on cat feces will prevent the entry of toxoplasma parasites into the human body. So as to prevent the emergence of toxoplsmosis infections which can cause risks:
2. Fetal death
3. Abnormalities in newborn babies, such as deafness, brain hemorrhage, or seizures
However, during proper sanitation procedures or consulting a veterinarian, this is very rare. Thus, animal hair loss does not cause fertility disorders in women. This is because there is no medical evidence to provide evidence that cat fur causes infertility. However, cats that do not get regular consultations to the vet and you do not understand good and healthy animal care, so this can cause interference during pregnancy and health problems in infants.
Therefore, visit your veterinarian, so if the doctor's examination results indicate the need for a vaccine for your animal, then this can be done. And you should also ask your veterinarian for information on how to sanitize good animal waste.
For now, some things you need to do:
1. Make it a habit to wash your hands after handling animals, before eating and drinking
2. Use gloves when cleaning cat litter
3. Keep your family's drinking and food areas out of the reach of your cat
4. Do a routine consultation with your veterinarian for your animal health
5. Pseudo clean areas that your cat likes regularly
6. Consult with your obstetrician, if you are worried and anxious about your health
Thus the info we can convey.