7
I am writing more or less to share my feelings, in hope that it will help me in some way. I have just about given up on life. We have been dealing with PA and former TN allergy since my son was...
5
I keep noticing that people automatically assume that as long as my son doesn't eat peanuts or peanut butter he won't have a reaction. What other common assumptions do you come across?
2
I am searching for some advice on having Auvi-Q being declined by prescription insurance. I recently had this occur and would like to know if it is possible to submit a request to have them...
1
My son has an allergy to all nuts. He has successfully Lived with this allergy for 9 yrs. he is very sensitive A 100 on the blood tests. We recently purchased A BBQ smoker. We have not ventured...
4
Hi everyone. I am a mom of a toddler who was recently diagnosed with a peanut allergy. I also have an 11 and 13 year old who both love to go out for ice cream. How do you handle ice cream shops...
1
Is there anything TO do? I don't have to be on edge every time I eat out or eat a may contain, do I? I can just live a normal life without it being a bother or worry? My allergist gave me an epi-pen...
0
Is there anything TO do, besides just not eating peanuts and peanut butter? Can I just live a normal life? By that I mean not be on edge every time I eat out or eat a may contain. My allergist gave...
2
I am getting really impatient with this whole allergy situation here. As I have always thought of myself as having a mild peanut allergy. One so mild that I didn't have to worry about may contains,...
5
I am a parent of a peanut and tree nut, sesame, and asthma 8 year old girl. We have always known she was allergic - since I had her blood tested at 6 mo. She has had a few reactions through the...
1
Good morning all! I am reaching out to this community for help. I am trying to find a host family for a Swedish boy who has a severe peanut allergy. This boy wants to come to USA to study a year in a...
3
My name is Hanna, I'm 14. I've had a life threatening allergy to peanuts and tree nuts since I was one. I am over-careful and sometimes I feel like I'm crossing lines sometimes trying to get the...
7
Hi, My name is Michael and next month I'll be turning 21. Now obviously beer has very few ingredients unless you get into some of the more fancier brews. But my question is, is it safe to drink beer...
14
my 2 1/2 year old son had a reaction to cashews in december. he got hives, and his face and eyes got red and swollen. my pediatrician at that time told me to give him benadryl and made no other...
4
My family recently attended a NY met game at citified. My youngest daughter age 9 has a severe peanut allergy. We were very nervous throughout the game due to the large amount of people eating...
5
My Granddaughter has severe peanut and tree nut allergy. I'm looking for a safe frozen pizza when I don't have time to make my own.
4
I'm Maddie and i'm 16 years old and i've been living with PA my entire life. When I was younger my reaction wasn't very sever, I would have nausea, throw up and my breathing tubes through my nose...
0
Hello everyone - I am new to the site and very interested in sharing and learning. I have a 6 yr. old daughter with a PA. It is interesting that I am unable to locate threads on the correlation...
8
I am 16 and have had a peanut allergy ever since I was 1. I have accidentally eaten peanuts multiple times. And once on purpose at the allergist as a test. She said my allergy has always been between...
1
I don't know if this has ever been discussed in the past. PLEASE be cautious with bird seed! Twice I have found peanuts in bulk sacks of mixed bird seed and this last time my PA 3 year old was...
1
How has it been for anyone with PN allergy to eat Nutella? My son eats honey nut Cheerios which has almonds listed....just curious. Thank you

Peanut Free and Nut Free Directory

Peanut-Free/Nut-Free Directory

Our directory is intended as a resource for people with peanut and nut allergies. It contains foods, helpful products, and much more.

Close x

Sign up for our newsletter and receive a free peanut-free snack guide.

Stay on top of your allergy with recipes, lifestyle tips and more.

Email

PeanutAllergy.com Social

 

Poll

Where do you get your peanut allergy information?
The internet
25%
My allergist
50%
Friends or family
25%
Other
0%
Total votes: 4