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My son was 1 1/2 and I hadn't givin him peanut butter yet, I'd heard that you were sopposed to wait untill a certain age before giving kids Peanut Butter but I didn't know why... We were reciving W.I...
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Does anyone know if there are any house plants that are related tree nut allergies? I don't have any house plants so I never thought about them being a problem for my PA son. We were at my sister's...
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Hi I have a pa,asthma,seafood allergy, and atopic dermatitis.I,m a ten year old girl. I hate having these allergys!I've been homeschooling for three years, and i am going back for fifth grade.I can't...
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ugh!!! so I got to this outdoor grill kind of club in crystal City right outside DC. And I order a hamburger...(always safe for me)...and I inquire very nicely, as I always do, about the french fries...
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I thought I'd share this just to show that possible exposures pop up just about every where. I took my 4 year old pa son to his speech therapy appt. His regular therapist was on vacation and I was...
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Well, I am really kicking myself but I went ahead with the scratch test for my son's PA. I told the Dr. my concern about a reaction prior to the testing. He said it was extremely rare but suggested...
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I'll try to make a long story short. Our 14 month old daughter was begging for a bite of my husbands toast that had pb on it. Due to 3 prior severe reactions to fish, I told him no. He gave her a...
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This weekend my family went to the Calveras County Frog Jumping Contest. I had decided to make a shirt for my son with a frog on it. Then I remembered the shirts you can buy on here and decided to...
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My son is nine years old and severly allergic to peanuts. When he was three he went into anaphlatic shock and almost did not make it. There has been a lot of talk about odors and airborne particles...
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This morning my son ate about half of an Kelloggs Toaster Muffin. Nothing re: peanuts/nuts on the label, and there was an allergen notice box. He has had a cough for the past couple days, not major...
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First I'd like to say sorry to Robert for asking a question on your board and kind of taking over. Sorry. I have a daughter who will be four in August, Em had PB when she was 10months old. She does...
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Iam 10 year old with pa, asthma, add, iwould to hear from any other kids stories. I had an allergic reaction to peanuts (my favorite food group) in 12/98. I carry an epi-pen and it is hard sometimes...
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I need some help! I apologize in advance for how long this is going to be. First, I'd love to get advice on how to handle PB situations that inevitably come up. Here's a recent challenge that we...
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Help! My severly p.a. child was prescribed Amoxilin chewable tablets for a sinus infection. She is also allergic to several other things (dust, mold, pollen, cats, etc.). Upon her first dose, she...
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We are looking for documented cases If you have had a reaction and there is paper work on it (ambulance, hospital ...), please contact us and send copies etc. and a detailed account (by email or...
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My son came home from school today with a stamp on the back of his hand. It was given by his music teacher for his class's good behavior. He had this class at the end of the day and came home...
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Our daughter was diagnosed with PA when she was about 13 months old. I had noticed a reaction to peanut butter, her cheeks turned bright red, and since she didn't like it either, I avoided it. Then...
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My 25 month old PA daughter is being potty trained right now. We have been in the house all week long, with the exception of the backyard to play in. She has had two separate hives reactions. I know...
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I went to my mom's today and when she held my 15 month old dd she began to scream and pull at her nose. It turned red. I took her outside and she calmed down, but when my mom came out she started...

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