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I am mom to a pa/tn 3 year old who has had a number of reactions. I was wondering if you adult PA members have experienced a worsening of reactions over your lifetime. I have read that they do...
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This is the honest truth. I have NEVER been to this part of the discussion board before. I have never looked at the topic list (and still haven't actually). I did do a search of this part to see if...
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Just posted on the people who don't get it thread and it got me thinking about people who get it a little too much. (Ok, I'm thinking mostly about my mother here, but there are other people too.)...
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There's a liquor thread already, but this is sort of a separate inquiry, and liquor usually means the harder stuff... anyways.. I've recently tried beer (Bud Light) for the first time, with no...
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My DH and I are probably going to start trying to have a baby sometime in 2003. My question is how did PA effect your pregnancy. Did you worry about having a reaction while pregnant? Did you eat...
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Hi everyone. My 16 year old son with PA will be starting to check out colleges soon. Does anyone have any information about schools that might be better than others? Any information would be...
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I'm a college student, and my roomates at school are all nonPA. I know I've asked them repeatedly for things that sound simple, like don't leave dishes covered in peanut butter in the sink, and to...
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I developed pa & tna as an adult & I live alone. I have had a few mild reactions to unknown sources & unlabelled foods recently and I've started to panic every time I eat, worried with...
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This is a message I just sent to FuzzyFurBall elsewhere, but I thought I'd also ask here... Can you say something about what your teen years were like? Did teenage rebellion include any deliberate...
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Hello All I'm new to this board and was hoping for some advice. I have 2 kids with lots of food allergies between them. My almost 4 yr old son is deathly allergic to peanut (and others) and my...
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Hi, I am new to this web sight and fairly new to the allergy of peanuts. I had my first reaction when my second daughter was about 4 months old. I was 27 at the time and it scared the life out of me...
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Although I am the parent of an allergic child, I was wondering for those of you who are married or dating someone...how do they keep you safe? There's a loaded question...what I mean is I know you...
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I've been reading about a lot of PA reactions and have never read about the type of reaction I have. I react to the smell of peanuts and almonds, but I've never gotten hives. My usual reaction...
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Yesterday I had an allergic reaction and I can only suspect the vitamin pill I swallowed an hour before which was One A Day for Adults over 50. Does anyone know of One A Day vitamins having peanut...
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Hello Everyone, As an adult, I'm cooking much more and I am really beginning to enjoy baking. My question is about baking with "safe chocolate". I love white chocolate or vanilla almond bark (quick...
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ok, I'm 21 and PA. I had a reaction when I was 2 and thats how my parents found out i was pa. i've had 2, maybe 3 minor reactions to peanuts in my 21 years. my whole life i never worried about it...
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Is there any chance that a peanut protein could be passed through a partners semen? My husband doesn't eat any peanut products per se, he will occasionally eat chinese food when he knows I won't be...
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I am wondering if there are any TN/PN Adults taking any anti-anxiety drugs. I have heard that there can be problems with some drugs and epinephrine. If anyone has any stress reducing ideas besides...
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My father just has had a couple of allergic reactions to peanuts, the last one was from eating Ritz crackers? I guess it has peanut oil as an ingredient. The doctors have gave him an Epipen. Our...
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I have a question for all you adult pa sufferers out there. Has your experience been that with each subsequent exposure to peanuts your symptoms have been worse? Or is it one of those unpredictable...

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