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Hello, I'll be attending a BIG family reunion. Two of the dinners will be buffet style at a club and will include foods such as pork satay, egg rolls and samosas. (don't know what samosas are but...
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My son is going to attend a small university 83 miles East of our home. We had our first all day visit there. The purpose was for him to sit in on classes and for us to start raising their awareness...
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Specifically, what I am asking is to adults who have had pa - or actually any food allergy - since childhood. I don't mean how did you get the allergy, I mean how did you *get it*? I was an adult,...
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What do you all do about dinners? I have been just not eating at them... but an upcoming dinner is with people I don't know and I will be receiving an award. I don't want to spend the night...
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Just a post to remind any PA/TNA adults to make sure to check ingredients in the products used at salons. On Wed. I went to a new salon for a cut and color. After the shampoo, I started to get very...
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May I have some advice on cross-contamination? I was diagnosed a month ago and am still trying to figure out how to live with PA. I've got so many questions, I've made another appointment with...
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I have seen some info on this topic but it wasn't clear if those responding had the same allergies as I do. I have been abstaining from all alcohol since being diagnosed, but would LOVE to have a...
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Is anyone else on Advair for asthma? I was on it previously and now am back on it. It seems that when I'm using Advair, I easily break small blood vessels in my hands. Using a hammer - picking up...
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Have you heard of Glyconutritionals? My daughter has taken them for four months and has recently tested negative for her blood test! Two years ago her Doctor at U. of M. said she would never out...
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I was diagnosed a year ago with LOTS of food allergies. PA, TNA, bananas, melons, all the pitted fruits and legumes. Although I've only had mild reactions to banana, almonds and a more severe...
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Sorry guys - another question....but this one is directed to those with PA that don't react to touching or inhaling PN. I'm still trying to figure out how careful I need to be. If I just react to...
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Ok, well for all I have said about trusting my friends, I guess finding peanuts in the kitchen today just goes to show that I have been too prepared to put my trust in people. I just don't know what...
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My allergist today decided to switch my inhaled steroid from Qvar to Pulmicort (the dry powder type). When I took the Advair and Maxair which are dry powder I had an allergic reaction as well as...
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Well, it's been a long time since I've posted on this, although I do read very frequently. As far as I was aware, my only allergies were tree nuts and peanuts, but I was just wondering if I may be...
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Right now I am 17 and attend high school. As my senior year progresses I am having to make up my mind about college. Do I want to go? Do i want to live on campus in a dorm with other people? What...
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Since my PA diagnosis 2 months ago...I feel so much better. Prior to PN anaphylaxis, peanut products were part of my regular diet - trail mix or a Snickers bar once a week or thereabouts. For...
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I had an allergic reaction wednesday night 3/23 at about 930pm. I noticed when I pulled the bag out of the freezer earlier that day that it said Peanut Oil, so I refused to make it. But my husband...
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I am so allergic to peanuts that I go into anaphalyxis if I even smell them. I am a church bookkeeper and work in the main office - sharing office space with the church secretary and an open desk...
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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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a message on here for someone. Here goes - Adele I have sent you an email. Look out for it and let me know when and if it arrives - OK?

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