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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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Hi. I'm new here. a few months ago i gave my son a little peanut butter and he broke out in hives all over his face and neck and where his diaper is, his eyes and ears swelled up and got red, and he...
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Hello, my son is 8 years old and anaphylactic to peanuts. He has also been diagnosed with ADHD/ODD and Aspergers. He really wants some freedom and I have allowed him to walk to his friends to see if...
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Does skin Test for PA increase the IgE? My 18 years old son had blood test for PA recently and IgE was 3.2. 5years ago was 2.8. His very first test was 20 when he was 2 years old. DR. want to do...
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Raising Awareness. Looking for Allergy Posters to share? Just got this from FARE: This year, with your $25 donation to our poster drive, we will send three premium posters to the school or community...
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Laundry, how to wash clothes. How much? Just found out, after a swelling incident and a mad drive to the ER, that my 4.5 year old son is probably allergic to peanuts (we're going to the allergists...
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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...
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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?
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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