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As many of you know benadryl's other name is Diphenhydramine. Now when I have a reaction, Benadryl liquid is my preferred choice (works quickly), but there have been times that I didn't have it on...
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My kids saw an idea for decorating nails in Family Fun and are now nagging me endlessly to do their nails. The idea they saw is red white and blue, and I have none of those colors. What's more, I don...
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My son graduates from college in two weeks. With honors, Phi Beta Kappa AND departmental honors. It is rare for a fiction writer to get departmental honors but he did! Peanut wise he did so well...
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Massage therapists use lots of oils (including nut oils) for massage therapy. If you have had massage therapy...how do you make it work to protect yourself from a reaction.
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I only use henna. [url="http://www.hennaforhair.com/"]HennaForHair[/url] ygg
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No, I'm not worried about it, I'm just looking for some like minds. Does anyone know of any groups, fora, or listservs for pregnant women with food allergies/intolerances? I tend toward the crunchy/...
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I know this should probably be posted under TRAVEL or AIRLINES, but I'm asking these questions specifically of PA adults. I'm trying to make a decision about flying with Southwest. Hope you don't...
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I am trying a new migraine medicine (I've had a migraine for the better part of a week): Migranal. It seems to be working. I have noticed something however. My neurologist gave me a sample at 4:30...
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Hello, first to introduce myself my names is Rachel, I am 21 and have had a severe case of PA since I was born. Recently I was over at a friends apartment and felt like I could hardly breathe and my...
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I was wondering if anyone with PA/TNA have drunk any of these or knew if they were safe: -schnapps (any flavor, but especially peppermint, vanilla, or apple) -Grenadine -Triple Sec -Blue Curacao -...
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I'm trying to figure out why I cough so much when I eat certain foods. According to the doc I have 'allergic asthma - w/o status'. I don't wheeze - I just cough. It is triggered by fog, cold, being...
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I couldn't find anything on this when I searched so I'm going to post it anyways lol. Does anyone use Biosilk on their skin or hair? I really want to use some but am worried about oils in it.
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hi. i posted this under snacks but never got reply so trying here. i have a Dove hair serum type thing for frizzies, well its a cream, and it has Arganine in it. i know that can be from an argan nut...
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Since reading mobobbie's post today (adult onset PA yet four years later, had a negative blood test), I'm now wondering if you have had another blood or skin prick test done since your initial PA...
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I have heard many with PA say that when they put a peanut containing product in their mouth, they know it immediately. My 4 yr old PA son seems to do this. Since around 1, if he tasted anything...
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Yesterday my son had a consult with the uber allergist at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles. Since he's home from Scotland he's more interested in a Xolair trial saying he would like to at least...
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hi. i posted this under snacks but never got reply so trying here. i have a Dove hair serum type thing for frizzies, well its a cream, and it has Arganine in it. i know that can be from an argan nut...
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For those that have airborne reactions....I'd like to know if they are consistent and predictable? Or, does your reaction/no reaction have to do with how 'full' your allergy cup is? Thanks, Adele
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I thought I'd post this because it was a EUREKA moment for me when I read that an allergic reaction can cause bladder and uterine cramping. This explained lots of problems I would have after...
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sorry I can't search here and I saw the makeup thread but since the OP is in canada... Anyway, I am not PA but my dd is PA/TNA. I want to get myself some foundation and maybe concealer but want to...

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