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Hi All, I was just curious as to what age you were when you had your first reaction. My SIL had her first reaction at 27 and I can just imagine how her world changed after eating peanuts/peanut...
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Well, a couple of weeks ago I had my first allergy tests done in 15 years. I'm as allergic to peanuts as I always have been, apparently--I came up a 6! Soy was a 3, almonds and hazelnuts were mild...
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When I was young, I reacted to peanut butter, and my allergist told my parents and I that if I ever wanted to try a treenut or shellfish that I should be standing in the ER. I'm definately not...
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I have read a lot on these boards about comfort zones of parents of children with PA, and these zones seem to me perhaps a bit excessive for an adult with PA. I assume it is because children are not...
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I just turned 21 last month, and because of my PA/TNA allergy, haven't had any alcohol, ever. Rather sad. Anyhow, I've been reading up on this board, and I've come up with beer and rum being safe,...
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Newbie, first-time-poster. I suspect latex allergy. Now I am also suspecting a peanut allergy. It has been years since my last anaphylactic reaction. But the last couple of time I've eaten peanut...
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Just re raising for new members.
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This might sound weird (or, maybe not). But, I often feel guilty about my allergies. When I had to ban peanuts from my home I had two young sons, and one absoultely loved peanut butter - wouldn't...
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Just bringing this up to the top in time for Christmas [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] Irish Cream Liqueur Ingredients: 2 eggs 1/2 tin condensed milk (I use light)...
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how do you pa/tna parents handle feeding your kids if they don't have the same allergies (or any at all)? i've already decided that any child i have will have to survive without peanut butter in the...
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I just got into an argument with my boss & co-worker. My manager is going to go purchase our yearly supply of Halloween candy. I begged & pleaded that she NOT get anything "peanut infested...
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hey yall, i was wondering if someone could give me some advice. ive lived with roommates for a few years now and they have all been really good at accomidating my PA. but this year is really...
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Back in my peanut eating days, I had a slight problem with urination. It wasn't actually incontinence. After I went to the toilet and wiped myself, I could always rely on that "last drop" showing...
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Last weekend took the kids on a picnic ( at knebworth house, which is near you Nick!) A big group of us there and I noticed that one of the parents was eating nuts and playing with his sons. Being...
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another reaction last night. truth is i think one of these days im just gonna have one of those horrible new york deaths over this and no one will notice til the smell hits the hallway. im scared...
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I had a mammogram a couple of days ago. Everything was perfectly normal. In the past, whenever I had a mammogram, the technician would comment that I had fibrocystic breasts. Last July I stopped...
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There are times when all I want is toast with peanut butter. It was my favorite snack growing up and is something I ate a few times a week right up until I was diagnosed with the peanut allergy (...
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OK I AM NEW HERE SO I HAVEN'T READ ALOT ABOUT ADULT PA. I HAVE A CHILD WITH PA SO I AM SOMEWHAT FAMILIAR WITH IT. DOCTORS HAVE REALLY BEEN LITTLE HELP FOR ME IN FINDING INFO, SO WHAT I DO KNOW I...
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Hi all: I am TNA 24-yr old -- recently dignosed. I always read about kids whose sensitivity has increased (going from ingestion, or touch to airborne), have there been many cases of that happening...
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Say I have a girlfriend or wife (I don't, but let's pretend). If she eats peanuts, is there a possibility that her other bodily fluids could be allergenic?

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