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levels of allergy?
my son was diagnosed with a eanut allergy yesterday, he is 2. we already knew about milk and eggs. the allergist said to avoid peanuts and peanut oil but followed it up with saying it wasnt a extremely strong reaction. i asked her about what i had heard about kids not being able to even be around peanuts and she acted like his wasnt on that level. is it possible that i may not have to be as careful re: processed in the same factory warnings... he has never had any symptoms and without the test to reaffirm his milk allergy we would not have known. she said his milk reaction on the skin test was worse and hes never had a reaction to milk besides a rash. sorry this is so long but im confused. thanks alot
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