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I am 31 and just recently had a RAST IgE test done.. All of my results seemed accurate- as the items I knew I couldn't have came up high (level 3 or higher)-almonds, apples, pears, plums, cherries,...
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Okay, for those of you who have a severe peanut allergy and a significant other: How long do you wait to kiss after the person ate peanuts? When does it become safe? How do you talk about this with...
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Hi to all. I am new to this forum and recently diagnosed with adult onset peanut allergy and tree nut allergy. Have many other issues, however this one was new to me. My question is this. I have my...
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Hi I had my first anaphylactic reaction to peanuts when in my 30s. I really miss my peanut butter and other products - how does everyone else deal with this? Thanks maggie
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I have found the perfect solution for all dessert martini lovers and are allergic to peanut butter!! There is a new Peanut Butter Vodka out now that has NO, I repeat, NO peanut allergens. It's called...
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I am 45 and was diagnosed with a peanut allergy last year. When I eat foods with peanuts or come in contact with someone who has, I have a severe reaction including vomiting, can't breathe and...
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I have been allergic to nuts for awhile. In last few months I now have become allergic to the smell of peanuts. I believe I am going into the beginning of anaphylatic shock. I get this rushing...
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I've recently started a blog about living as an adult with PA/TNA. Dose anyone know if there are rules against naming companies, products, using their logos, etc.?
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Are you constantly wiping your eyes, blowing your nose and using your inhaler to no avail? Do you have to carefully monitor what you eat to make sure you don’t have a severe allergic reaction,...
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Hi there. I am a parent of a child with a PA. I want my son to feel as normal as possible. What did your parents do (or you wish they would have done) to make your life as normal as possible and not...
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I've seen a few topics about this but they were a few years old so I started a new one.. I'm 23 years old and have had my severe peanut allergy since '97 when I touched a peanut butter ball dessert...
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Hi Everyone, I have been a member here for a few years now. I don't post often, but I 'check in' regularly. Having grown up with a peanut allergy, I know what it is like to be a child with an allergy...
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Juice here, I am now 20 years old, my entire life I had wanted to serve in the Canadian Armed Forces. It wasn't just a boy thing really, but I admired all the work we do as peacekeepers and always...
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Are You or Your Child(ren) Allergic to Peanuts? I am seeking volunteers to participate in a 1 hour phone interview to discuss a product concept that could potentially benefit children and adults who...
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I am doing a study on how peanut allergies are affecting the restaurant industry. Please help by doing a quick 10 question survey so that we may be able to close the gap between consumers with peanut...
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I am a senior in culinary school trying to write a paper on the effects of peanut allergies on the hospitality industry. It would really help me out a lot if you could fill out this survey that asks...
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Has anyone used a self tanning product that is PN, TN, and shellfish (Some have glucosamine) free? Is there a safe product? Thankyou so much for any info!
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I've done a lot of research, but I'm still new to this peanut allergy thing. How careful do I need to be around food that may not be peanut-free? Do I need to restrict my kids and my husband from...
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hi all! Having a new adult PA member, I realized that I don't have an idea of how many "adults who grew up with PA" there are now on the boards. So - just a roll call of who you are, how old, how...
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So, I am getting married in about a year and a half and I was talking with my wedding planner about wedding cakes earlier. One of my good friends offered to plan the wedding for free, and I was...

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