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i have had a PA my entire life, and only recently have been very bothered when there are comments making light of it -- mostly because people generally do not understand. I was wondering if anyone...
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Friday night, a peanut was accidentally dropped into my salad at a local restaurant - I did not find it until I bit into it. Not remembering doctor's instructions, I took 2 benadryl as I immediately...
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The next town over from us a 12 year old girl died from a severe allergic reaction to peanut. She ate an eggroll of a type she had eaten before. They were aware of her allergy. The mom is a...
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We just received this and it is a question which many have, I thought that others with multiple allergies might have some suggestions etc. Here is her question>>> Hello my son who is 9 mo....
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My two children 5 & 3 live with peanut/treenut allergy. Prior to being diagnosed with the allergy both children enjoyed a variey of products that now, according to labels, "may contain" peanuts/...
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I posted this on the main board too but I thought maybe that was the wrong spot. My 2.5 yr old son is allergic to peanuts. Just the actual peanut. He's been fine with all other food that say they MAY...
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Since we are new to the PA world, I am wondering if someone could tell me of some foods that I may not even think twice about and give to my son? I am reading labels, but I have read about vegetable...
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My wife and I read every warning and label and think how lucky we are to live at a time when labeling laws help us avoid nuts in foods we give our 4 1/2 year old. She has two brothers with peanut...
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My 14 month son was recently diagnosed with multiple food allergies. Not only is he allergic to peanuts, but also milk, eggs, soy, wheat, and treenuts. I'm not quite sure where to go from this...
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We have a 4 1/2 year old son who tested 4/5 for peanuts and tree nuts. We had him tested around 2 1/2 and while we never gave him anything that we knew had nuts in it before we were aware of his...
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I have a 2 year old with a TN/PA, but I'm not allergic. So, I was at a charity luncheon today and we were served a very tasty chicken and walnut wrap. And instead of focusing on the speakers - the...
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My 4 year old daughter has a peanut allergy and really wants to go to the movie theater but i am scared because the popcorn is made in peanut popping oil. I am just wondering if that is ok or not, I...
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My 2 year old son was officially diagnosed with svere PA last week. His CAP-RAST came back over 100 for peanuts and 1.30 for cashews. We started down this road after an anaphylactic reaction about...
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Jesse was diagnosed with PA at 18 months of age. We were immediately given an Epi-pen Jr. but no other information. This was about three years before we had a computer. I did contact AAIA and got...
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Of course, my first concern is her health...but what about her happiness? All of a sudden now she can't go to ice cream shops, fast food, chinese food in the mall, no treats at birthday parties with...
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Hello. I have been dealing with Pa/TNA for only 2 years (my son is now 3) and I think I've gone overboard. I read these boards and now fear to take me son everywhere and limit what he eats. My...
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Hi there! Does anyone know if there is a topic or forum on this site about connecting PA teens with one another...sort of a modern day pen pal using chats/forums, etc. I know my 15 year old son with...
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Hi, my DS is PA/TA and we've been trying to find places to eat out. We go to McDonald's more than I care to and we've had great success with Red Robin. Noodles has a policy for allergies as well....
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I've always been anxious in nature. With my sons allergy diagnosed at 2 for nuts, I'm a mess. I'm scared to give him anything, take him on vacation, or give him any new foods. He basically has...
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My oldest (non PA) is selling cubscout popcorn for a fundraiser. I have given oldest ds the microwave pc with no issues for two years. The new packaging indicates it is produced in the same...

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