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Hello, Quick question. I have my 33 month old peanut butter for the first time last week. I have him 3 of those PB ritz little sandwich crackers. He had no reaction. He has eaten many times thing...
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I ride the bus to and from school everyday, there's this boy that always sits In front of me weather I like it or not. But that Dosent irritate me, the thing that makes me frustrated is the fact that...
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My favorite boss in the whole world who also happens to be my friend, has a severe peanut allergy. I was talking about my gourmet marshmallows I used to make and he was intrigued so I agreed to bring...
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Last week my 3 year old daughter who has a peanut allergy and I visited Target and as we were leaving she asked if I could buy her popcorn and I walked up to the counter and asked the woman working...
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I have not been on an airplane in 18 years. I am not more aware of my peanut allergy than when I was 16, have children and severe anxiety. Panic attacks are the result of my allergy I'm sure. How can...
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Hi. My son was diagnosed with PA in Feb. 2012. He was twelve years old at the time, but I believe his story goes back to when he was six. He WAS NOT BORN with PA. Around six (probably following...
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Hi, my boyfriend was recently diagnosed with a peanut allergy, and I'm so afraid I might accidentally kill him. I gave up peanuts as well, but I'm worried that if I bake something for him, or make...
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I started out with a really great first week of school. all my friends sat with me at lunch at the "no peanut table". then this week(the second week of school) none of my friends wanted to sit at the...
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My son is 5 and has a severe allergy to peanuts. He has recently become more aware of his allergy and the risks of peanuts which is good, but with that has come an increase in his anxiety around...
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I have a peanut allergy and I have tried wow butter and sun butter. I think that sun butter tastes totally like sunflower seeds. I have also tried wow butter, if I had to guess, it would probably...
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But due to uniting of all the so-called best Ebauche makers, 200 years of collective industrialised movement knowhow was contained within one company the Swatch Group. Consequently the Swatch Group...
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It's time to purchase some new EpiPens. The ones my pharmacy had were only good for 8 months, and I didn't accept them. Tomorrow I'm going to call around to see if anyone has pens that are good for...
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Are bug repellents generally safe for people with PA? Or are there specific types that are peanut free? (DD14 is new to PA) My DD14 is a cheerleader and the mosquito's were eating everyone alive...
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We moved into a new neighborhood last fall. We noticed all through the fall and winter that there were peanut shells all over the yard. We assumed a neighbor somewhere had a feeder and that it...
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a lot of times when I walk out the door, I forget to grab my medication. are there any things that could help me remember them before I walk out the door?
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ever since I was little, I have had a very life threatening peanut/tree nut allergy. and my allergy has just gotten worse and worse threw ought the years that I have gotten older. then my doctor...
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Hi, I am working on organizing an educational group that will be meeting weekly. In this group I have 1 child with anaphylaxis to peanuts and 2 families with skin issues. We are trying to workout...
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I'm new here and trying to figure out some test results for my 9 year old daughter. She has suffered for years from "constant" reflux/heartburn and occasional vomiting. When I took her to a new...
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I took my older son (5years old) for the food challenge at the hospital today (he had two reactions at 4 years old when he got a rash and puffy eyes after skin exposure to peanuts and was sick (no...
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To those of us living with and caring for loved ones with peanut allergies, we truly appreciate this forum which allows us to share vital information regarding the safety of our PA loved ones. It is...

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