Egg Allergy

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By kkeene on Mon, 01-21-08, 17:42

[url="http://www.ucsfhealth.org/childrens/health_library/reuters/2008/01/20080115elin001.html"]Most kids will outgrow egg alergy[/url]

I just came across this & thought it offers us hope

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DS(6 1/2yrs)-PA,EA,Legumes & Cat
Step son (18y) NKA

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By dunc on Wed, 03-19-08, 06:49

I can attest to this, actually. I used to have an egg allergy (since 18 months) and it gradually got better over the years. It probably completely went away around 13 years of age or so (I can't remember the exact age) and now I eat 2 eggs (scrambled or hard boiled) every day!

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By cathlina on Thu, 03-20-08, 01:06

My egg allergy started at age 48.

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By pfmom2 on Thu, 03-20-08, 11:47

Had an egg allergy all my life, did not get better or worse, still the same and started when I was about 6 months old.

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