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I've been studying natural and artificial flavors and it's a very confusing topic because according to my research natural and artificial flavors have the same chemical make up. Plus both are man...
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So I have been having severe asthma symptoms and have been on many asthma medications and have still had multiple hospitalizations ): I also have multiple allergies (environmental, latex, and some...
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Hi all! I'm looking for some answers. When my daughter was 7 1/2 years old she was diagnosed with a peanut allergy via a blood test AND a skin test. During the skin test, the site for the peanut...
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My teenage daughter complains that whenever she has peanuts or peanut butter it makes her asthma act up and that she does not feel well. She hates peanuts and the smell of peanut butter so she never...
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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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I was on treatment of K-Kort injections for more than four months for a skin-related issue, from July to November. At the end of September, I felt my face was swelling. In August, I also took a pack...
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I am new on here and am truly grateful to you all for being a resource. Without what I have read on this website so far, I would know pretty much nothing. Last week my 14 month old son ate some...
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I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Chad Mayer I am an Allergist/Immunologist and I was trained by a well know food allergy specialist (Sami Bahna, MD). My medical assistant Carol (vice...
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My brother seems to have developed a tomato allergy, and I have been wanting to get tests myself. We live in Portland, OR. My mom never found a decent allergist when we were little. We really need...
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My almost 2 yr old is having severe eye/skin irritation from Peanuts even in the air. I want to take him to Children's Hostipal in Boston but want a recommendation for an allergist there. I have...
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Anyone know of a good PA allergy doctor? Also, my 10 year old son is going thru alot of anxiety about is allergy now that he is becoming more independent.....know of a good therapist that has...
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Anyone have recommendations on doctors in this area? I have had one appointment but want to make sure I am seeing a good doctor. Feedback on experiences would be great. Thanks
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Anyone love their allergist in St. Louis. My dd is a newly disgnosed 2 year old. I got a name from my pediatrician, but of course, first appointment in the end of december. Any names would be...
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I get allergy shots twice a week; per standard practice, after getting the shots, I have to wait around for about half an hour. Sitting in the waiting room today, heard the two receptionists talking...
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Our son turned 4 this past September and I am happy to say that he has been free of an anaphylaxic reaction for 2 years now. With much prayer and diligence on our part and those that love him, we are...
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I just wanted to introduce myself. I am an allergy physician who just opened a practice in Raleigh NC. I have been involved in a lot of food allergy research and would like to continue to help...
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So - I've finally gotten around to having my son's allergies actually tested. My pediatrician sent out a referral to an allergist, i'd imagine they use the same specialist for everyone. So... The...
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Hi parents, I'm a journalist writing a story for PARENTING magazine on whether emergency rooms are properly prepared for pediatric patients (a recent study found that only 6 percent have all the...
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My 21 year old son has just moved to Raleigh and will be looking for a good doctor to refer him to an allergist. He is peanut, tree nut and soy allergic. Thanks:)
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We currently use a *local* allergist who we really like, but are lucky enough to live in the Baltimore/Washington area where we have access to some of the *top* national allergists around. Does it...

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