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I have heard many with PA say that when they put a peanut containing product in their mouth, they know it immediately. My 4 yr old PA son seems to do this. Since around 1, if he tasted anything...
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Yesterday my son had a consult with the uber allergist at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles. Since he's home from Scotland he's more interested in a Xolair trial saying he would like to at least...
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hi. i posted this under snacks but never got reply so trying here. i have a Dove hair serum type thing for frizzies, well its a cream, and it has Arganine in it. i know that can be from an argan nut...
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For those that have airborne reactions....I'd like to know if they are consistent and predictable? Or, does your reaction/no reaction have to do with how 'full' your allergy cup is? Thanks, Adele
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I thought I'd post this because it was a EUREKA moment for me when I read that an allergic reaction can cause bladder and uterine cramping. This explained lots of problems I would have after...
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sorry I can't search here and I saw the makeup thread but since the OP is in canada... Anyway, I am not PA but my dd is PA/TNA. I want to get myself some foundation and maybe concealer but want to...
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Help. We go to the pediatrician tomorrow but I am sure she has a yeast infection. We were in the pool a lot last week so maybe she was in a wet suit too long. Anyway, I am going to check on...
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Last night my son (22)and his friend took the bus to see a film. On the way home around 9PM the police stopped their bus because they believed a robbery suspect was on the bus. They had each...
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When I was 1 my mom gave me a PB&J sandwich and I had a bad reaction. Since then I have stayed away from all type of nuts. However, recently I have found out that I have been eating cookies...
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Hi there. I am 43, female. I had exczema as a child, and have had sinus allergies as an adult. One son has peanut allergy, asthma, and exczema. My young toddler has eczema only. About 6 months ago, I...
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For those that don't normally visit the "labeling" board, there is a proposal to label alcohol for allergens, similar to the way food is now labeled due to FALCPA. [url="http://uumor.pair.com/...
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Please post links to information about colleges dealing with food allergies: [url="http://www.housing.umich.edu/dining/allergy.html"]http://www.housing.umich.edu/dining/allergy.html[/url] [url="...
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I am a 47 year old woman who has been allergic to peanuts all my life with many close calls. The one place I never thought of worrying about was medication until yesterday when a person at work just...
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I am posting this here because I assume that only adults with PA would travel to Singapore. I was in Singapore earlier this year. I went to the historic Raffles hotel, because I wanted to have a...
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I was so angry last night when I went to Trader Joe's. Almost everything that I thought might be safe to eat had a may contain warning on it. I expressed my concerns to the management and he directed...
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I'd like to know how much Benadryl you take if you're having a reaction? The adult dose is 25 - 50 mg every 4 to 6 hours. Have you taken more than this? I just bought a package of Benadryl Quick...
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I was reacting to Miss Clairol, which I found out might have peanut oil. I called L'Oreal and they have some brands that are peanut free. I got excessively itchy the second time I used it. Could...
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So, you know how we're always talking about the people that just *don't get it* that we deal with on a daily basis...? A few months ago, I decided I wanted to buy a townhouse. I had gone searching...
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ok so ive already lost my favorite candy bars kit kats and crunch bars to the dreaded "may contain" label. but now i guess they are making peanut butter oreos??? that is one of the only chocolate...
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