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My apologies. This is a long one. Just as a reminder, my DD does NOT go to a B+M school, and she is highly contact and aerosol sensitive to both pn and egg. She has a history of cardiac...
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I should have known better. But I didn't. And if [i]I[/i] made this mistake, I'm fairly confident ANYONE else here could as well. Picked up a box of this product, looked at label, which specifically...
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I have a 3 year old who has grown out of a milk allergy, has an egg allergy and has recently shown symptoms of nut allergy. As a baby she was breast fed which caused eczema and from 6 months we had...
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Stemming from the thread about Corvallis Mom's daughter's reaction, I have this question (or series thereof):- How many people have had reactions to something that was considered "safe"? When...
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Hi, I don't post much but I visit the boards almost every day and I have to say that this site and everyone on it have really helped me educate myself and showed me that I am not alone in this! I...
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Sorry in advance for the length. I got a call Thursday early afternoon from the nurse at school. I was at work, which is an hour away from DS' school. DH was out of town but at that moment was...
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I posted on the main board , couldn't find this section. Sophie my 5 yr old attended a birthday party yesterday , very careful mom who is a teacher bought cake from a "safe" bakery, I checked the...
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Hello, I haven't posted here in a long time. My 11 y/o son Steven had a reaction at school today. His class table group got the highest score so his teacher rewarded the kids with donuts. He...
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My child had a reaction at school two days ago. It didn't follow the pattern he used to have of peanut reactions and he had no peanut exposure that we could find. Because it was a strong reaction (...
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hi, do you all think this was a reaction or not? We were out of town, my DS almost 5 had been to the pool with his father. We then went out to dinner and I specified the requirements for my sons...
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Good Afternoon, I have been well, except every night when I go to bed I start to feel huffy and think, what is it about my bed! Today I read on the internet that some Zinc & Castor Oil creams...
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Oh dear, he's at that age, isn't he? Too old to continuously monitor, yet not old enough to totally trust his judgement. Remind him the symptoms for a reaction. This is a good opportunity to go over...
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My two and a half year old PA/TNA ds had a mild (hives on his neck,crying) reaction to a Hood ice cream sandwich yesterday (he had a TINY bite and spat it out, crying). I have only very recently...
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well yesterday i made the kids pb and j and made Cain a jelly sandwhich and i used the same knife to spread out his jelly and whadayaknow by the time we got ready to leave 20 minutes or so later he...
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We spent the day in the ER. DDs and DH stayed in the van while I went into Target to get 'stuff' for Easter Baskets... WE put the items in the back of the van. We were getting ready to pull out...
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My son had a possible reaction at school last week. He was given the epi first, then they called 911. The EMT's arrived first, then me , the medics from the hospital. It was really questionable...
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Once again, thank goodness for this forum. Nowhere else I could ask this question without people looking at me as if I were crazy. DS has had sore looking lips for more than a month now, with a pink...
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Cain is 13 months old and for about a monnth and a half he has been eating peanut butter sandwiches with his two older siblings and noticed a small rash on his face and just chalked it up to teething...
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Nate had a small mystery peanut reaction yesterday, but we solved the mystery. We're 99% sure it was an orange that had been peanut dusted at the store. I'll explain. He was eating breakfast -...
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My 13 mo. old DS with peanut/egg/dairy/wheat/soy/rye/banana allergies is now reacting to green beans.. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/frown.gif[/img] MIL insists it's cause they'...

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