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Just a curious question... Have you or anyone you know ever used this method before?
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After living with PA for 18 months, I'm feeling pretty good about my comfort zone. I know what I can and can't eat - and I don't really take risks. There's a current thread about a Turkish chocolate...
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This is along the same lines as the "Have you trained your co-workers thread", but not really... I've recently returned to a "normal" working environment (call center). For the past 7 years, I've...
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Someone on another food allergy board recently posted this question. WOW! Never thought of this. (And I am in the medical field.)Of course, most of my co-workers know I have serious food allergies....
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I haven't posted in a while. Since first joining this group, I've learned that my problem is ALL legumes. Not just peanuts. Today, I'm just writing because I got angry after reading the "Oreo"...
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Okay... every 2 years I am required to take CPR/First Aid. I always get nervous about the dummy segment, because you have to put your mouth where everyone else has! Well, last year, it was okay,...
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I need a safe self bronzer/tanner. I'm soo pale right now and tanning beds are out, due to being pregnant, and not wanting anything harmful getting to me or the baby. I'm PA/TN. Any suggestions?
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Disclaimer: I know it's silly of me to even think of doing this, but...I don't want to let my allergies win! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/frown.gif[/img] I am a HUGE sports...
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hi all, I'd like to ask the other "adults who grew up with PA" to go over to the Main Discussion Board, this topic: Do You Think or Hope That Your PA Child Will Be One of the 20% to Outgrow It? and...
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I went to my doctor yesterday and got retested for allergies. The last time I was tested was 10 yrs ago after I had an anaphylactic reaction to egg rolls (the peanut in them). I was hoping that I...
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Chris has given me permission to request interviews from the membership here on occasion, thanks for any help you can provide. I'm a writer (and mother of a 9-year old PA girl) looking for input from...
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Hi Rach, A while ago you offered to translate a chef card into French for me. May I take you up on it? The info is in my thread 'Help, Adult travelling in France with PA', in the travel forum. Any...
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Hello. I haven't posted in awhile, but have been lurking. My name is Sara and I have been PA since I was 1 year old and my mom gave me some peanut butter on toast. I am now 29 and haven't had a...
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I had my first visit with the allergist yesterday. The initial scratch test didn't show anything, so he did the injection-under-the-skin. Based on all my symptoms, he told me that he didn't think...
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So my son got the OK for Xolair. He's 21 and a Junior in College. We found out that our insurance pays 20% so the Xolair will cost us $599.00 per month. Two injections per month. DH said go ahead...
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I have two adult friends with peanut allergies and both have told me that as soon as food that has come in contact or has peanuts in it enters his/her mouth, he/she knows it. Both spit the food out...
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hi all, Last week I wrote a letter to Dr. John Weisnagel (Peanut Allergy, Where do we stand? [url="http://www.allerg.qc.ca/peanutallergy.htm)"]http://www.allerg.qc.ca/peanutallergy.htm)[/url]...
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Sorry - wrong forum. [This message has been edited by PurpleCat (edited March 01, 2006).]
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So I have managed to successfully and safely become completely vegan, despite that everyone said I wouldn't be able to cuz of stupid food allergies. (I assume everyone knows already but in case you...
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My wife, 43, has just had a severe ana reaction to something. She had coffee, a banana, 2 asprin and some bridge mix. She can't have a scratch test done for 3 weeks while the drugs wear off. She was...

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