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Tonight we made our first trip to the ER and I'm needing some moral support. Here's the scoop:DD walked around the block with a neighbor girl, and when they got back to the neighbor's house, they...
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I have not posted in a while. We have been reaction free for 3 years. My PA daughter just turned 6 on May 4th. She has had two contact reactions [b]this[/b] week. One on Saturday and one last...
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I just wanted to post on my son's recent reaction as it's similar to the previous thread. Sorry this is so long and I know most of it is a ramble but getting it out will be helpful.. On Monday my 4...
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Last Sunday at church the people who ordered Girl Scout cookies got their orders, and the people behind us opened up a box of the peanut butter ones and not only passed them out on their pew but on...
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Here it goes... Halloween in 2003, my 3yr old ate less than a 1/2 centimeter of a Butterfinger after trick or treating. In less than one minute, she began to cough and she told me her tongue was...
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What was your/your child's first reaction? How old were you/they? My dd first and only time had a reaction was at ten months. She had a tiny bit on her finger (that she stuck in my sandwich)....
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Just wanted to share my story because I still feel sooooo stupid when I think about it. First of all, I am a 42 year old who has worked in the medical field for 21 years and think I am a very...
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My 2 year old daughter broke out with hives around her mounth 2 minutes into dinner (she is PA only) I was in complete shock because I preapred all dishes- safely. Annie's mac n cheese, plain steam...
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I got a call from the school at work at around 10:30 this morning. When I got there at 11AM, I gave him the epi-pen and they called 911. He was better after the epi, but not great. No hives this time...
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Hello everyone - I used to be a frequent poster here. Life had been going so well, and we got so busy with adopting our 2nd child, that I haven't posted in a long time. My almost-8 yr. old dd is...
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Ok...just had a reaction to another antibiotic...this time it was Keflex. Hives and restricted breathing after taking it for five days. Luckily, I was already taking prednisone. So, now I am...
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Ended up in ER with DS a couple of days ago. He called from school to say he wasn't feeling well, would I come and get him. When I got to the school, he was heading into the washroom. So I stood...
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My DD broke out in huge hives all over her arms last night while cleaning out the pumpkin. It happened so fast. Within just seconds she was clawing at her arms and was just so sad! She said mommy am...
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We have known about DS PA officially since April when he was tested. He had never had a reaction but was allergic to dairy so we had him tested before giving him PB. He is three and had been eating...
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My son has been covered in hives for 48 hours after eating a package of the chocolate cookie Gripz. I have been through all other foods eaten that day and that is the only possibility. The allergen...
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We don't normally eat at McDonald's. We went a couple of years ago to meet friends but my DD didn't eat--played in the Playplace and she broke out with hives. Yesterday I checked their website and...
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I know allergic reactions manifest in different ways but as an allergy sufferer myself, my 5 yr old son's reaction is not something I am very familiar with. He ate a cookie at a school party that...
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While this wasn't a PA reaction, the same principles apply. I hope someone else can benefit from our most recent experience. My 13 year old son definitely gave me a few more gray hairs yesterday...
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We went to a bithday party today at a kids gym facility. On the way home ds fell asleep - he's still napping and the party was right at naptime. He was rubbing his eyes a lot in the car on the way...
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Ben is allergic to multiple foods, dairy is one. He is 7 years old. He has been drinking soy infant formula since he was a few months old because he has always rejected soy milk. Each time I gave...

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