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One question I have been pondering is at what age is a child old enough to give themselves their own epi-pen injection if needed?
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I have just discovered this web site and am hoping someone can answer this question. Is there a generally used number for how many people have peanut allergies? I am wanting to put that information...
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Hello ~ I thought I would attach an interesting section of the La Leche League's website entitled, "Allergies and the Breastfeeding Families". As I scanned the article, I didn't notice any mention...
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Check out this link to the Food Allergy Network's site for upcoming conferences on living with food allergies. They look like they'll be informative. [url="http://www.foodallergy.org/activities....
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Hi everyone. I currently have my fifteen month old dd in a playgroup called Gymboree. I don't know if you are familar with it, but it is something you pay for and go to their location. I have...
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Do any of you have chewables on hand for convenience in case of an accidental exposure? I have both the syrup and the chewables. I'm not quite sure if it is safe to just carry the chewables and...
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Hi..We are taking Brady (Peanut and milk allergic) to see Tarzan this weekend..it's her first movie! Do you let your children eat theatre popcorn? Would the employees even know what kind of oil it...
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Check out [url="http://www.emedicine.com/emerg/topic25.htm"]http://www.emedicine.com/emerg/topic25.htm[/url] This is a 21 page report, bound to tell you medical stuff about anaphylaxis that you never...
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I have lost my list of Referal services. Does anyone have this phone numbers?
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Here's a Canadian link to an article entitled 'Peanut Allergy - What You Need To Know'. It contains a much too brief section on lifestyle adjustments, but contains other good tips. [url="http://www....
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I just read a report in our local newspaper about the death of a 31 year old man. He died after accidentally ingesting peanuts. There was a picture accompanying the report that showed his parents...
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As a 44-year-old PA person, I have learned the hard way! Here are some rules for living (most of you probably already follow these): 1) Don't eat in any restaurant which has any NUTS on any menu...
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Medical documentation of the allergy is very important. It is common to meet resistance when trying to obtain services or inclussion for kids with disabilities. A peanut allergy is definetly life...
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Hi everyone~ Yesterday I ordered a cheeseburger at an itialian restaurant for my 4 1/2 year old son and when I got his plate, I cut his sandwich in half only to realize the bun was made with nuts. I...
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My 19-month old neice was diagnosed as PA about 6 months ago. She reacted very severly to her first PB&J sandwich--911 came, tube down her throat, the whole 9 yards! I'm very close with my sister...
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With spring just around the corner and the snow starting to melt i thought I would bring up a fun topic...vacations! Any really great vacation spots where you felt safe with your peanut allergic...
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I have a five year old son who has a peanut allergy and I also have an 18 month old son whom has never knowingly consumed any peanut product, so I do not know if he allergic or not. My question is...
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Hi everyone. I just found this webpage -- It's great. My son Miles is now 14. He was diagnosed with a peanunt allergy when he was 3 1/2. My husband and I have been very careful and he only has had...
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I have severe peanut allergy. After exposure to something which had to be peanuts (that's another story) FOUR WEEKS AGO< I am still reacting. My face and tongue are swollen, I am itching, and my...
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My daughter has a peanut allergy. Her allergist feels she could also be allergic to beans and lentils. I don't know if she's ever eaten these things. Will this show up on her RAST results?

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