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My daughter ate a handful of peanuts a week or so ago and broke out in hives(from neck to her waist) they did the rast test it was positive but they say it was moderate! what does this mean, my ped doctor told us to keep her away from nuts beacuse it can get worse. we are so confused, I can't get her in to a peds allergy doc till march(a month away) do I go camando and nothing to do with nuts or just watch her. she did give us an epi pin thing, but now I am just floored and have no clue. like should I just say not nuts to my daughter or nothing that contains nuts. I don't know how concerned to be?? despret for some advise or something....
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