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Today my 7 year old son broke down. He is so good about his PA and puts on a brave face. Today the class had McDonald's food brought in. My son had his lunch from home. When he told me about how it...
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Hi everyone Just need a chance to vent, as well. My daughter is PA and my youngest, my 3 yr old son has been a severe asthmatic since he was 4 months old. Well, this evening we were making a cake...
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we just got back from my son's first allergist visit and i am so frusterated. Evan had a reaction in mid March with all of the trimmings except airway swelling. We promptly rushed him to ER. they...
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Hi, All! Brace yourselves... First, I have been in serious thought for about the past week about homeschooling vs. public schooling. Running through all the "what ifs" in my mind - all of them! I...
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I love peanut butter but it doesn't love me. Does anybody have any suggestions for a replacement that tastes the same.
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My pa daughter had a reaction to Kraft garlic ranch salad dressing. It was not sever however she did develop red welps all around her mouth. Has anyone else had this experience?
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My 7 year old p.a. child recently asked, "How am I supposed to know what peanut butter tastes/smells like so I can stay away from it if I never have had it?" We were at a flower show and found out...
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I have a 19 mnth old with allergies to peanuts and tree nuts. My husband and I plan to go to Greece and stay in an apartment his parents have rented. We are visiting his relatives. Peanuts are not...
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Hi. I am a mother of two PA kids, 5 & 3. Alot of my conversations are with parents who are in the same ballpark as I am, with young kids. Right now we all help each other deal with issues...
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My 4 1/2 yr-old son ate walnuts last month and his lip started swelling. Benadryl took care of it. He was subsequently tested for tree nuts and peanuts (skin prick test) and was positive for...
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i WENT TO GENUARDI'S AND THE DELI MANAGER HELPED ME LOOK AT TURKEY, ROAST BEEF, HAM, CHEESE PACKAGES. I CHOSE A BRAND OF EACH THAT DID NOT LIST THE PAIN IN THE REAR "NATURAL FLAVORS" THIS MANAGER...
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I received a call today that my sons school was having trail mix at lunch I got the same call last week. When I went to pick him up and take him out for lunch (so he would not be around the lunch...
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We have a PA 4 yr old dtr. Lauren. She is one of those children who does very well with changes and stress so long as things are explained to her. We got an Epi-Pen trainer so that we could do drills...
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Of course most PA people know about Chinese Food. I'm wodering what those who really enjoy it are doind to make sure everything is safe when they go out to eat??? I used to go once in a while, and...
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One of my best friends had a birthday party for her daughter recently and despite her knowledge she had PB&J sandwiches for the kids! I didn't even see them on the table until another friend...
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Anyone else trying to help their pre-teen or adolescent come to terms with a life-threatening allergy? My 12 year old PA son fell apart last spring after some classmates teased him at camp, "...
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I have been posting on this board for awhile now. My daughter is tree nut allergic but I felt I had so much in common with everyone here that even though we didn't deal with PA I felt we "belonged"...
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My life-threatening p.a. child is 7 1/2 & was diagnosed @ 18 mos. She has always seemed to have dealt with her allergies very well (extremely mature child, very compliant). I have felt that she...
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My younger son, Kevin, almost 2, is peanut, dairy, and egg allergic. His first and only reaction to peanuts was at 16 months and involved itchy watery eyes, swollen whites of eyes, eyes swelling...
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