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Hi, I have recently noticed now in some products that I have previously eaten they have changed the ingredient list, In Mcvities biscuits, chocolate bars, all sorts of products containing chocolate...
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I am allergic to tree nuts... Has anybody tried Twizzlers? If so, what kind?
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Question for adults with peanut/nut allergy. I've lived my entire life with a peanut/nut allergy. My question is how do you go about raising your kids? I will be giving birth this week to my first...
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Hello, My 3 year old son has life threatening peanut allergies. I have a question for individuals like my son. I need help to understand his challenges and not only mine. What are some things your...
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My daughter was diagnosed with a PA at 20 months old. She is now 2 years old. We have not had an incidence since the initial reaction so I am not even sure that she would be able to tell me...
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I'm 18 and I've started to enter the more "serious" dating scene and need some advice on not dying in front of a boyfriend/girlfriend . I have met someone and it's possible that things may go down...
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I will be taking my 4 year old PA son on a direct flight on Southwest Airlines in January. We called to make the reservations, and they flagged his ticket with a peanut allergy. They also said we...
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Hello, My kid has peanut allergy and may have tree nut allergy. My doctor said the government (Canada) only allow him to do the blood test for the tree nut after he had some reaction from eating...
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How many of you with PA also react to a legume? Last night I had pinto beans with dinner and within an hour or two had a rash from shoulders to elbows. Took benedryl and it was gone in 30 minutes...
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I've "researched" on kissing with a peanut allergy on the internet and I still have one question that isn't answered anywhere! Is it safe for the person I'm kissing to have eaten something that "may...
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Hi everyone, I have an almost 18-year-old son who is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, and shellfish. I have always been diligent with carrying his EpiPen and as a nurse, I have taught him how to live...
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I have a client coming into town with a severe nut allergy and is requesting a peanut free environment restaurant. Is there anyone that can help me with this? Thank you, in advance, for all your...
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Hi, I have OCD so I am very anxious and concerned daily about germs and such. Part of my OCD is about having an allergic reaction. I'm allergic to peanuts and have reacted to peanut dust in the air...
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Hello! My mother suggested I get a tattoo that says "Peanut Allergy", as well as wear my medical bracelet that contains my insurance information. Has anyone here ever gotten an allergy tattoo and...
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Hey everyone, Okay, this is kind of a long question with a back story. One day last year I had been eating a spoonful of peanut butter when I noticed that my cheeks started to go numb. I asked my...
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My son is 20 years old with Peanut Allergies. He had his first reaction in 10 years tonight after drinking a protein shake made of Orgain Organic Powder. The label says it contains organic pea...
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I can't seem to find a definite answer to the question, "Should a person with a shellfish allergy avoid sea salt?" I had been told once by an allergist that it could cause an allergy reaction and to...
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I was recently started on Anacardium oriental (cashew relative?), and although it's working fantastically I think I may be having an allergic response to it. I started out with itchy palms, then all...
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Hey.. I'm 18 years old and I'm going on my first date type thing with a guy. I'm extremely excited but anxious because of my severe peanut allergy. We have arranged to meet in a coffee shop (I will...
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My son has a severe PN TN allergy. My concern is to find out how safe it is to eat products fried in peanut oil? He is in high school in which the school is going to have a food fair. Chic fil a will...
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