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Hi, I am just looking for some advice because I'm unsure of the next steps to take from here after a reaction. I'm allergic to most/all nuts and peanuts and have been given an Epi-Pen since these...
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I've been on a peanut-free diet for a week & a half & my son's (almost 5 months) eczema hasn't cleared up at all. How long does it usually take for nursing infants to show any improvement?
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looking to find out if you use hebrew national products and if they are peanut free. Can't seem to find any information
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Hi everyone, I just would like to let you know of a peanute free chocolate company in Montreal. Below is the website enjoy! http://www.chocolatvadeboncoeur.com/pages/Produits.aspx I am a bakery and...
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The only food allergy I have is to nuts (all nuts besides hazelnuts & almonds). I had 1 bite of Dulce de Leche last night and had a severe reaction. I looked and double checked the ingredients...
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I am looking for advice from those who understand. My son who is 3.5 has been going to play school since he was 3 years old. I am on the board of the school and until now believed that they are...
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My boyfriend ate some ice cream with walnuts in it the night before last, and he said his tongue felt like it was burning afterward, similar to how it would feel if he had just had sour candies. He...
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I've known I was allergic to peanuts since I was five years old. Up until a few years ago (I'm 24 now), I generally had the same type of reaction to them - mild swelling of the mouth and lips, an...
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My almost 4 year old son (severely allergic to peanuts, cashews and shellfish) had a bout of severe hives after eating breakfast yesterday morning. He ate the same foods he's always eaten (a Kellogg...
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Last week, I was in the hospital after having an anaphylatic reaction to a baked potato.When I first ate the potato, I had difficulty swallowing and immediatly took two liquid benadryl. My face began...
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As a Memorial I wanted to post the names of those who have had fatal food reactions. This is not a complete resource and its intention is not to provide statistical information. Please help me with...
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Is it possible that my dd's asthma attacks (which come on so quick and seem to be triggered by ???) are peanut exposures? Most often her attacks happen at school or at friends and have required...
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I am feeling very sad...a 9yr old little boy has died today from eating something that did not have a warning that it contained or may contain peanuts, which a Peanut Detection Service Dog would have...
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Just returned from a not-so-great holiday trip to see family in Atlanta. Twice during our stay, Liam's left eye suddenly reddened, teared, and swelled. The first time, this occurred just after he...
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Last night we spent about an hour in the ER with our 5 year old daughter who had a bad allergic reaction after eating an apple with it's peel. As she was eating it, I noticed that she was coughing...
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First time we've tried this product. She had about 4 or 5 spoonfuls and stated her throat was 'itchy'. Nasal congestion, wheezing, labored breathing. She's fine now. I'll post more details later...
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When I have a reaction I always get this rushing feeling right away like their is fire going up the body. Then I tremble and feel cold then the rushing again. Is this anaphylatic shock or is this...
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Hello, I just joined the forum and I wanted to share my son's first reaction to peanut butter with everyone in case they have a child who has the same thing happen. My mom made some PB balls for him...
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2 YEARS AGO MY THEN 2 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER HAD A RACTION TO EATING PEANUT BUTTER. TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT WE HAD HER RE-TESTED 6 MONTHS AGO(SKIN PRICK) AND SHE AGAIN TESTED POSITIVE BUT THE M.D SAID...
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Hi everyone, I have a lot of stories about my allergy, but this one definitely takes the cake. I was on a college trip to China, and we flew on the airlines Cathay Pacific. We called the airline...

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