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our food allergic children and go back to school someday to become.....[b]A Allergist![/b] We would all make damn good ones [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/wink.gif[/img]
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We went to our follow up visit with Dr. Evans (Children's Memorial - Chicago) on Thurs. DS is 16 months old with a CAP RAST is 8.21 which is a Stage 3. He is also milk allergic with a CAP RAST of 3...
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Just got back from the Allergy Spec. Doctor and I am very disappointed. He said my son does not need to be tested for any other allergys, did not give me information on food they just said don't eat...
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Hi everyone! I thought I'd share my recent experience of being very impressed and appreciative of the care given by hospital staff during my stay for a back operation. I was very worried about the...
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Hi, I have switched from my current allergist to Dr. Young, I had seen him speak a few times with FAAN and read his PA answer book, he was great, he took the time to get to know Jillian and ask her...
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Hi to all: Does anyone have a recommendation for a doctor who specializes in peanut allergy in Florida? ------------------
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I just got back Jessica's allergy test. On a scale of 1-5 she got a 4 for peanut (no surprise there considering she had an anphylaxis reaction to a taste of peanut butter less then a month ago...
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Our allergist appointment for my 12m old is Monday. I already have a long list of questions . . . I was wondering if anyone had any pointers, tips or questions I should be sure to ask. As always, I...
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In Jane R. Brody's recent article 'Dodging Peanuts: To Some, a Lifelong Challenge', she writes: "Should any such symptoms develop after consuming peanuts, or any food, the patient should be evaluated...
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I was at the children's ER last night with Wade (not PA related) and there was a young girl there about 10 who had been there since 3PM, roughly 6 hours, being treated for asthma. She had had 9 masks...
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I've recently discovered that in addition to PA, I also have a high sensitivity to preservatives and am trying to find a reliable nutrionist in the Los Angeles, California area (preferably San...
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I know this is not a PA issue, but had to post b/c I was so excited about our new family Dr. I took our daughter in today for a yearly physical and was very nervous since DH's employer changed ins...
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I'm in need of a recommendation to a peanut aware allergist in the Greensboro, High Point NC area if anyone has one. Thanks, I appreciate it.
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I am new to the Denver Area. I have severe PA (also asthma and allergies)and would like a recommendation for an allergist at National Jewish Hospital. Also are there any allergists there that I...
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My 13.5 month old son had an anaphylactic reaction to peanut butter last week. After an ambulance ride and a visit to the ER he was fine. We were prescribed 2 epi pens by my ped and reffered to an...
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In Canada some allergy clinics are not run by real allergists. Family physicians with "an interest in allergies" can operate these clinics. Perhaps there are some who are quite good, but if you have...
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They probably do this..although I'm not sure. I don't have an upcoming appointment with our allergist so if anyone does, can they ask if when they do Challenges do they video tape them? This is...
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Hi everyone -- My son currently has an allergist, but I am not totally sold on him. Does anyone in Michigan know of a good one? Preferably located near the middle of the state (Flint/Saginaw)?
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I have recently asked our allergist to retest our son so we could have up-to-date test results, especially for entering Kindergarten this Fall. She refused, saying he will never outgrow it so there'...
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My PA daughter (2 1/2 years old) is going to be seen my a lung specialist this Wednesday. Her asthma has realy begun to concern the Pediatrician after hospitalization a few times. I was wondering...

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