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I have a peanut allergy that I have taken to the highest level I know about. In the last 2 1/2 months I have been in emergency 3 times. 2 of the 3 times from touching an object someone has touche...
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I'm pretty sure I know the answer to my own question, which would be "no", but do any of you guys think it's possible for an adult who was born PA to outgrow the allergy? My RAST for peanuts was...
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I'm new to this world of peanut allergy. I know that some people react to the mere smell of peanuts, so I think I know the answer to my question. But, I want to ask it anyway, just to make sure I'm...
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I have already said something similar to this in a different thread, but I think I will get more responses here. As a 16 year old, I find it extremely hard to ask a boy if he has eaten any nuts...
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Adrienne mentioned in a new thread today that she has been reaction free for 15 years. Her post got me thinking about how careful - or careless I am....and how much I've learned in the past year....
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Hello I am a TNA/PA individual. I have stopped wearing makeup after having 2 anapylactic reactions in 2001. It has been nearly impossible to find 'safe' makeup and am wondering which brands you TNA...
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I am on this board because my 10 year old dd is allergic to milk and peanuts. Something strange happened in November and I am wondering if I am pa. My dd was diagnosed in 2000 and before she was...
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I've been reading over the posts on the site, particularly those for adult-onset. I've been having weird symptoms for a few months but I never connected it with food allergies until I had a more...
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Hi All, Wanted to reach out to all you women with TNA/PA out there who have had children. I am due in 2weeks and was a bit concerned about the labor. I am planning on having natural childbirth, but...
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I had an ImmunoCap test done before Christmas because I suspected a shellfish allergy, but peanut was included. I was very happy about this because I had only had a scratch test done about 4 years...
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I live in a major city with many hospitals around me - and paramedics do carry epinephrine. I used to carry one epi-pen with me. I started carrying two because when I go away on vacations there are...
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Hi This may sound strange but I was wondering if any PA girls/women out there have ever had a problem with nail polish. The reason I ask is because acetate and nitrocellulose are the main...
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Hi, I'm having a routine colonoscopy done on Monday (my third) Nothing to fear....it's just 'getting ready for it' the day before that makes me dread it. I'm only allowed clear liquids the day...
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How did I get it? Well I remember as a child 8ish really not likening peanut butter... as a mater of fact it made me vomit. This was a joke to my 3 sisters. I used to eat peanut shells to be able to...
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I've read the happy posts from members whose children have outgrown PA. Great news! It makes me wonder if adults ever do? Any chance that my adult-onset PA will disappear one day? (says me,...
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Hi All, I posted this in the "living with" forum, but thought some of you big people might be able to offer me some advice from your perspective. My almost 12 year old son has been PA for as long as...
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After a few weeks on antibiotics I have developed the dreaded yeast infection. Does anyone have any feedback on Monistat? (U.S) I looked online and some of the Monistat products have hydrogenated...
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Hi, I'm curious - if you react to airborne PN protein now, did you always - or have you become more sensitive? Do you have any qualms about taking a flight where 180 bags of PN's will be opened...
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Can someone describe to me what this feels like?
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I have written before to tell you that my daughter was taking glyconutrients. As of this week her peanut allergy is gone! She was food challenged on Halloween and had no reactions. We began to see...

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