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I am a 47 year old woman who has been allergic to peanuts all my life with many close calls. The one place I never thought of worrying about was medication until yesterday when a person at work just...
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I am posting this here because I assume that only adults with PA would travel to Singapore. I was in Singapore earlier this year. I went to the historic Raffles hotel, because I wanted to have a...
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I was so angry last night when I went to Trader Joe's. Almost everything that I thought might be safe to eat had a may contain warning on it. I expressed my concerns to the management and he directed...
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I'd like to know how much Benadryl you take if you're having a reaction? The adult dose is 25 - 50 mg every 4 to 6 hours. Have you taken more than this? I just bought a package of Benadryl Quick...
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I was reacting to Miss Clairol, which I found out might have peanut oil. I called L'Oreal and they have some brands that are peanut free. I got excessively itchy the second time I used it. Could...
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So, you know how we're always talking about the people that just *don't get it* that we deal with on a daily basis...? A few months ago, I decided I wanted to buy a townhouse. I had gone searching...
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ok so ive already lost my favorite candy bars kit kats and crunch bars to the dreaded "may contain" label. but now i guess they are making peanut butter oreos??? that is one of the only chocolate...
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I just posted this in the Main Discussion but thought I would also ask this in here. But, I'll add for PA adults...if you drink alcohol, how do you know that it is safe without ingredients to read...
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Just wondered what you all do about going to (or not going to) pubs? In the UK (don't know about USA/Canada) there are often bowls of peanuts sat on the bars, and if not they are usually sold and...
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Hello I am new to this group. I have an atypical circumstances in that I do not test high for peanut or shrimp allergies)bllod and skin), yet I have anaphylactic reactions to both. I can be around...
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I've heard mixed information about the safety of sesame oil if one is peanut allergic but not sesame allergic. Is there anyone out there with peanut allergy without sesame allergy that has had any...
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Just a curious question... Have you or anyone you know ever used this method before?
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After living with PA for 18 months, I'm feeling pretty good about my comfort zone. I know what I can and can't eat - and I don't really take risks. There's a current thread about a Turkish chocolate...
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This is along the same lines as the "Have you trained your co-workers thread", but not really... I've recently returned to a "normal" working environment (call center). For the past 7 years, I've...
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Someone on another food allergy board recently posted this question. WOW! Never thought of this. (And I am in the medical field.)Of course, most of my co-workers know I have serious food allergies....
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I haven't posted in a while. Since first joining this group, I've learned that my problem is ALL legumes. Not just peanuts. Today, I'm just writing because I got angry after reading the "Oreo"...
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Okay... every 2 years I am required to take CPR/First Aid. I always get nervous about the dummy segment, because you have to put your mouth where everyone else has! Well, last year, it was okay,...
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I need a safe self bronzer/tanner. I'm soo pale right now and tanning beds are out, due to being pregnant, and not wanting anything harmful getting to me or the baby. I'm PA/TN. Any suggestions?
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Disclaimer: I know it's silly of me to even think of doing this, but...I don't want to let my allergies win! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/frown.gif[/img] I am a HUGE sports...
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hi all, I'd like to ask the other "adults who grew up with PA" to go over to the Main Discussion Board, this topic: Do You Think or Hope That Your PA Child Will Be One of the 20% to Outgrow It? and...

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