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Hello! My mother suggested I get a tattoo that says "Peanut Allergy", as well as wear my medical bracelet that contains my insurance information. Has anyone here ever gotten an allergy tattoo and...
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So my daughter has had an egg, cat, dog, aloe, mold allergies and has now recently developed an peanut allergy. She is 2. Should i only avoid peanuts? Also i am hearing that a lot of soaps, shampoos...
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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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Hello. My daughter now 17 is working part time at our local library. Her employer is unwilling to make any accomodations in regard to her peanut allergy. Is there any legal course of action we can...
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I'm 17, nearly 18 and I have a severe peanut allergy, Unfortunately my parents have become less and less careful about my allergy as I get older and have been eating,cooking and baking with nuts or...
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I have a 10 year old son who is severely allergic to peanuts, but also allergic to some tree nuts and fresh soy. We are traveling to Providence, RI for a hockey tournament and are looking for some...
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We always suspected that my son was allergic to peanuts since he was small, but we never got him officially tested, as we just avoided peanuts and products that contained peanuts. (Why I never tested...
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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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Has anyone had a reaction to banquet chicken products. My daughter had a severe anaphalatic reaction to banquet chicken nuggets. I was wondering if anyone else has ever had one or know of anyone who...
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My son is peanut/tree nut allergic have any of you use microwave popcorn as a snack? I'm always nervous to try new things with him. Many Thanks in advance ~Alisha
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Does anyone have advice about how best to store an Epi-Pen while outdoors? I'm wondering about spending a day at the beach. From what I've found at the Epi-Pen site, the pen should be kept in heat no...
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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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Three of the same chain grocery stores in our small town recently installed peanut and tree nut butter grinders in the health food section of the grocery store. This is the same section of the store...
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I know it's been asked before, but I can't find anything recent. Does anyone know of a peanut and tree nut free chinese/asian restaurant in toronto? My friends live going out for those types of foods...
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Hello, I am a new member. This is my first discussion. So if I have an allergy to peanuts, is it unsafe for me to use a microwave that was previously used to cook a product containing peanut butter?...
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My son (12-years-old) is starting to attend bar and bat mitzvah parties without us. What have you done in the past to determine what is safe (or not) for your kids to eat since you won't be there to...
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My 19-month old is allergic to peanuts but does not appear to have a severe allergy (he can be around them without reacting). Since his initial reaction seven months ago, he has had two cases of...
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Have you ever heard of thinning hair being linked to high IGE levels (i.e., peanuts or tree-nuts?) My 14 yr. old just went to the doc. for this. The pediatrician hasn't ruled out what is causing her...
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I am 19 years old and have had a life threatening allergy to peanuts/tree nuts for as long as I can remember. When I was younger I had a very clear of what I couldn't eat and why, so I haven't had...
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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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