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I am 43 and have eaten tons of peanuts in all shapes and forms all my life. That all changed for me in March of this year. I had a reaction to a handful of M&M's with peanuts. I didn't believe...
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I would like to reach out to all of you with a peanut allergy that want to join the military, We need to take a stand and at least attempt to change these regulations that hold us back. Whether it...
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Good afternoon guys. I am a student at the University of Virginia and I am conducting a survey on behaviors of individuals who suffer with food allergies. It is a short survey and should take no...
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Hi everyone! My best friend is dating someone who is SEVERELY allergic to peanuts. The other day she was nervous about eating a peanut butter sandwich in the afternoon because she was going to see...
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Hi, This is my first post here. I'm really new to peanut allergies. I was wondering if anyone knows if it's possible to be allergic to peanut oil, but not peanut butter? My Dr. thinks I've developed...
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I have a peanut allergy, as well as tree nuts, shellfish, and seafood. My DD is 4.5 and has never had any of these things in great quantities. She's never had seafood or shellfish and most nuts--she'...
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Just curious if any of the PA adults on this board have disclosed their allergy to their potential employer upon accepting a job and if you asked for any accommodations. If so, did they consider...
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hello, I hope you dont mind me popping in here with a question? If you do wear a medic alert bracelet have you found it to be any use? Did it help in an emergancy? I have met two allergic adults and...
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Sunday night, I ate butter pecan ice cream. Shortly after my face broke out in hives and my tongue swelled up. Now I own my own epi-pen. Wow, it's like a whole new world, kinda. The next morning,...
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The symptoms section isnt detailed enough so I was looking for opinions. Just before an annual physical I developed a mildly itchy rash in the soft skin areas (inside of arms, inside of thighs, navel...
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So my husband has been dealing with Eosinophilic Esophagitis for a couple years and finally got food skin-tested this week (it's currently thought EE is due to food allergies) So he had a 4+ reaction...
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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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