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I'm hoping some (or many?) of you will relate to this "internalized" problem: I'm worried about leaving my son in the care of in-laws. They are nice, thoughtful, highly educated people, but I can't...
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I went to the FAN conference in VA this past weekend. I'm replying to the couple who came but then had to leave re son's fever. Sorry I couldn't reply sooner. Web site is very slow this p.m. and I...
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My 2.5 year old son has PA and was currently attending a local day care but recently we had a bad experience and are now looking for a qualified in home child care provider that is willing to educate...
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My son is 14 months and had a hives reaction to PB or orange. Went to an allegist this week and she said that it is the PB. She took a blood test and I have some EPI's and Benadryl. She refered us to...
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Just a short note... the other day I picked up some sandwiches from the deli. I bit into my sandwich and got that "sensation" and I knew that I had to drive myself to the hospital. Please by all...
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I was thinking of all of you yesterday when I took my 3 little ones to the beach. All 3 are allergic to many things. What a relaxing experience for us. No one else was there, no snack bar, no PB...
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I have read some posts contained in this website referring to jelly beans. Do jelly beans contain peanuts? Also, have any of your children actually had an anaphylactic reaction to a product as a...
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I was in Genovese with my l5 year old son when he happened to use some hand cream from a bottle that was open on a shelf, well, we left the store and about l0 minutes later he told me his fingers on...
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I am 28 and PA. I have never reacted to any other legumes, but over the past year I have been avoiding them all. I used to eat green beans, kidney beans, peas, etc on a regular basis. I tested...
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If you find yourself calling a lot of places to find out about long strange names consider buying a MERCK INDEX. It's a great tool. It lists all the bits, pieces, and parts that make reading food...
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I just found out yesterday that my son 15 mos has a peanut allergy. I'm looking for foods that you normally wouldn't think to have peanut oil in them that i can look out for.
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Everyone here seems to prefer the EPI PEN to the Ana kit, however I feel the opposite. The Ana kit, is the same medication in a syringe form. Last year I took the old Epi and injected it into an...
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My son Sean, 4, was diagnosed with a peanut allergy at age 4. I have been vigilent about keeping him away from peanuts and carry epipens everywhere. In October, while visiting Ghana, my son ate...
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My son is in a Sunday school class where the parents rotate bringing the snacks. I always check the snack for the day prior to leaving my son. He also has a special name tag with a gold star next to...
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Does anyone know an alternative to coconut oil for popping popcorn in a commercial popcorn maker? Our school hasn't been able to find a regular vegetable oil that will work in our machine without...
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i will admit I am an overcautious mom of a two year old with pa and other ana food allergies. Yesterday I was visiting a friend and just about freaked out when she mentioned her children ate pb...
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My son is almost 4 and is allergic to all nuts. I have just discovered this site and I can see I will be using it alot. I really need to see how other people are dealing with this stuff. What I would...
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I was diagnosed with a severe peanut/nut allergy at 18 mos. I am now almost 23 years old, and have only had one reaction since then. I have felt like I'm the only person on the planet with this...
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For anyone who has missed it, I just found an interesting site on the Food Allergy Network listing the policies of each of the 50 states regarding the use of Epinephrine by Emergency Medical...
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Hello, I am looking for some feedback as I have only been dealing with this allergy for about four months. My son is 18mos old and we enjoy reading, so naturally we have begun making weekly trips to...

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