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By Ashley Harn - / Thursday 23 August 2018 18:30 /
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By  soulreaper12296  |  28

If you’re in the US, wouldn’t that technically be a violation of ADA since allergies are a medical condition and be considered a disability; especially in your case since you come in contact with the allergen every day?

By  boopingsnoot  |  23

That sounds like lead in the water to me. Or, if you’re allergic to shellfish, there could be copeopods (microscopic shrimp-like critters, the reason why NYC tap water isn’t kosher).

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By  soulreaper12296  |  28

If you’re in the US, wouldn’t that technically be a violation of ADA since allergies are a medical condition and be considered a disability; especially in your case since you come in contact with the allergen every day?

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  atomic_dogmom  |  10

Yea it's definitely not in my lease or anything. I've gotten a medication that's helped.

By  boopingsnoot  |  23

That sounds like lead in the water to me. Or, if you’re allergic to shellfish, there could be copeopods (microscopic shrimp-like critters, the reason why NYC tap water isn’t kosher).

By  RichardPencil  |  25

You’ll have to change cities. Even if the city water is found to be unsafe, they won’t fix it any faster than Flint, Michigan.

When you move out, hide uncooked shrimp in every hollow cavity in your place. Your landlord will eventually realize how much he “stinks.”

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  atomic_dogmom  |  10

Ha, so I should terminate my lease, get a new job, and pay for a new place? Yea, that's more complicated than not taking long showers, and skipping one every so often.

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  atomic_dogmom  |  10

I never thought of that.

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  atomic_dogmom  |  10

Which makes sense because when I was a kid, I couldn't stay in the pool for long periods of time. My skin would start feeling itchy.

By  tounces7  |  21

Have your water tested at the very least to see what's in it.

Also, adding a filter to your shower head is not "Modifying it". Not to mention you can take it off and put it on in 30 seconds, so unless he breaks into your apartment at night, he's not going to see it.

By  childlessmother  |  9

Sorry but this makes me happy! I thought it was just me. I have lived in different cities it doesn’t work. Tried changing soaps etc... my suggestion is to take baths at night before bed and take benedryl. Good luck!

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