The OP is allergic to dogs. But her roommate seems unconcerned and brought a dog home, anyway.
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She knows she needs to confront her roommate about the dog for the sake of her health.
But she's not the confrontational type, so she ends up enduring even if it means taking loads of medicine.
The OP asks for advice on how to deal with her roommate and the dog.
The OP needs to stand her ground against her roommate. She can't just continue on living like a doormat.
She's worrying about the wrong thing. The OP should prioritize her health above keeping the peace.
If she continues being passive about it, she might end up dying one day.
The OP needs to get the landlord involved.
She can collect some evidences and present her medical records so the landlord will do something about it.
Wrong priorities OP!
She needs to get the higher ups involved at this point. Her health is on the line, after all.
The OP shouldn't take her condition lightly any longer.
She needs to do something about this quickly. Things can't go on with her worsening condition.
The OP needs to grow a backbone and confront the roommate. Because who knows what'll happen to her condition if she allows this further?
Since her roommate is breaking the rules, she needs to be evicted soon. At this point, she needs to involve the landlord as well as the bosses in the company that provides them with the housing.
The OP shouldn't wait for her condition to worsen. She needs to act fast — or she'll end up dying.