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Hi, I have a 6 year old boy with peanut allergy. My husband has seasonal allergies, dust, chalk, and had some type of dairy allergy as a child. He is 40 now and I have never seen him have a...
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Over the weekend my 5 yr old broke out in a reash after eating peanut butter then agian after eating scrambeled eggs. I took her in to her primary care dr....he says no need for allery tests because...
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This information was sent by a friend - I hadn't seen it before so I'm sharing it here. I thought it was a good, clear guidelines on reporting a reaction to food that looked safe according to the...
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With all that has been going on this week, it's taken me a while to post this. DS had his second contact reaction at school on Tues., both from unknown causes. On Tues., he walked into the lunch...
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I'll blame it on Santa--and then on me for assuming too much. Santa put a Lindt milk chocolate bar in my stocking this year. It was the kind I used to have when we lived in Switzerland. I have...
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My 21/2 year old son had a reaction in June. He woke up from a nap with huge hives all over his body. They relocated themselves from his hot spots to all over his face and body. After giving him 3...
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Last Thursday DS was picked up at the bus by his dad. His dad noticed a rash and gave him a benedryl. His reaction progressed to hives and he was given another benedryl. DS told his father that a...
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When my 6 hear old was about 1, my mother in law gave him a taste of PB-and he broke out in hives-so we had him tested and he tested positive for peanuts-just last june, he had a blood test and he...
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My son is 6 months old, and we do expect him to have allergies. He has excema on his scalp,and controled on his legs. His ear wax is just unbelivable. Here is my question for all. His face 99% of the...
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I am confused. Fortunately I am not used to reactions - only hives once that made us discover my son's allergy - so am not sure about this one. Last night my son had 2 small bumps on his chin, close...
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I am TNA, and avoiding peanuts.Yesterday I was baking cookies I mixed up and ate a little raw dough. I immediately got extremely hot and sweaty, heart pounded, thought was going to pass out, chest...
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We have been visiting my grandmother over thanksgiving and my son did fine at the big meals but at lunch two days in a row had hives on his face after eating a ham sandwich. Both times I made it on...
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My 3 y.o. son had a reaction to Tings yesterday. He said that his tongue "felt like someone was tickling it". He then said that it itched. A little later he vomited once. He was watched like a...
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DD and I had to take our car into the shop for maintenance last week, and she played in the chidlren's play area and read a book while I paid. As I was "collecting" her I noticed a vending machine...
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The bad part is I don't know what she reacted to... About 4 p.m. dd (7 y.o. last week) was changing clothes for cheerleading practice. She pointed out a dime sized hive on her chest. I didn't...
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I'm new here, and not sure if this is the right thread, but I'm sure someone will let me know! This is one of the first sites I found when starting my research tonight. My 19yr old daughter is...
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My 5-year-old DD is PA. My 3-year-old DD has no known food allergies, but she had a case of hives and swelling when she was 1 after eating Life cereal. Don't know why that happened, but I haven't...
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My son is 5.5 years old, and had a cap rast of 80 Ku/L when he was blood tested 1.5 years ago. We had our first anaphylactic reatcion last night, and I wanted to share with you our experience in...
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I'll be 44 years old tomorrow and discovered my PA in August after a PB and toast one morning and a reese's cup a couple days later. My reactions have been swallen lips and/or tung. I've also get...
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All precautions were in place, but DS had small hives on inside of elbows, around mouth and wrists. This did not look like his previous peanut reactions ???? It actually looked like he had been...

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