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Has anyone used the combination insect repellant/sunscreen manufactured by Off?
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Hey, My child to date has never reacted to smell/touch of peanuts. His allergy level to PA is >100, he does have asthma, tree nut allergy and other allergies. My wifew doesn't cook with peanuts/...
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Hey, My child to date has never reacted to smell/touch of peanuts. His allergy level to PA is >100, he does have asthma, tree nut allergy and other allergies. My wifew doesn't cook with peanuts/...
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I know this is really not to do with the Pa allergy as much as just how lucky I felt I was today.I hope you all don't misread my letter. Today I went to pick a child I babysit for at summer school...
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I know this is really not to do with the Pa allergy as much as just how lucky I felt I was today.I hope you all don't misread my letter. Today I went to pick a child I babysit for at summer school...
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Has anyone been told by their doctor not to use Benadryl in the case of Anaphylaxis? I carry both liquid and chewable along with the Epipen for my PA daughter at all times. I know several moms of...
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I probably shouldn't even post this or be so critical but I can't help myself!!! My in-laws have arrived from out of town. They live about 8 hours away and we only see them a few times a year....
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I have a two-year-old PA and walnut allergic son. I have been told to be careful about breads which have nutted varieties in their manufacturing lines. We have used Manitowac Natural Ovens breads...
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When they test for peanuts, is it just the peanuts or is it the family that peanuts are in? My 20mth son was just tested and we have a follow up on the 7th of Aug. I have been reading and I'm unsure...
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We just confirmed through RAST testing that our 15 month old son is allergic to peanuts. We had him tested after he reacted to a mouse sized nibble of a pb&j sandwich. He got red splotches...
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I'm having one of my HATE PEANUT DAYS! This weekend, we went to a pizza/birthday party. Things were going so great, Alex asked if the snacks on the table were "safe", we read the bags...He had is...
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Hi everyone I have had this question tossing aroung in my head for weeks so I'm coming to you for advice. My son is 18 months and anaphylactic to peanuts, walnuts, sesame seeds,dairy and eggs. How...
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Just has our 3 yr old check up. I used to LOVE and respect my pediatrician. When it came to diet she asked if we feed alex eggs? NO, he's allergic, just like PEANUT!!! OOPS I wish I had my medic...
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My son's daycare has always been wonderful, this summer with substitutes we had a few near misses. NOW I DID teach a class to every summer sub, but perhaps I need to grab the parents too? Two times...
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This is an old article but I thought it was interesting. Has anyone ever heard of food allergies causing one to be overweight? [url="http://www.wral-tv.com/features/healthteam/1996/1024-obesity-...
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To what lengths do we go to protect our kids? This topic has come up on the side in other threads, and I'd just really like to ask the question outright. What was your child's worst reaction, and/or...
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I have read several messages that mention peanut oil. Our allergist has assured us that the peanut oil purchased in grocery stores are okay to use because there are federal guidelines that require...
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Hi there! This is great that there is a board for this (which I just discovered). I have a peanut allergy, though it isn't one that bothers me often. I avoid them and things associated with them,...
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I have been dealing with allergies for a few years. My oldest daughter is 4 1/2 years old and is allergic to tree nuts (all nuts except peanuts, cashews, & almonds). My youngest daughter is 2 1...
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My 9 year old has recently been diagnosed with peanut and tree nut allergies. Our family is trying to balance (as I read many others are) keeping him safe but not having "the allergy" take over our...
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