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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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Hi.. We want to leave Brady for the first time since her peanut diagnosis (with a trusted friend who is a nurse and understands the severity of this). But, I was wondering, do all of you have...
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My daughter was diagnosed at 31/2 with peanut allergies, that was a year and a half ago. Now, we have been to the ER twice. One for a soy related incident. After that we had her retested using the...
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My friends at school know about my peanut allergy but they never take it seriously. There have been countless occasions where they have waved Snickers bars and other peanut products in my face. It's...
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I was wondering if anyone's child also suffers from asthma. My Sean has egg/peanut anaphylaxis and also seems to suffer from severe bouts of asthma. The allergist has put him on breathing...
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I was so happy to hear from all of you last time I posted, I thought I'd reach out again. My (peanut/egg) allergic son's 2nd birthday is coming. I've perfected his eggless cake and vanilla and...
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Hi Please help me to gather a defense My child who needs to have his epi pen because of peanut allergies had just been denied to go to a church run (but open to the public) mothers day out program. I...
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Hi there! I'm the media rep for MedicAlert Canada in Alberta & Sask. I'm currently writing an article for back to school magazines/newspapers on children and allergies. I'm looking for any...
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The Most Beautiful Flower The park bench was deserted as I sat down to read Beneath the long, straggly branches of an old willow tree Disillusioned by life with good reason to frown, For the world...
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I was shocked to hear on Brokaw's program last week that EMT's could not administer epinephine. They are not authorized. His story indicated that a 12 yr. old girl died before the paramedics got...
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Hi everyone. I'm working on a list of things to watch out for to give to relatives for our dd. It seems the list just keeps on growing. I've got the FAN list, but since I've been reading up, it seems...
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Hi Everyone, Now that summer is here, soda seems to be a more a part of our life. I have noticed that most sodas say they have artificial and natural flavoring on the ingredients. Are any of you...
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Is it common after the first exposure and subsequent diagnoses of a PA to feel that this thing can't possibly be real? I think they call this denial, but some days I can't comprehend the future...
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Hi! I am new here and could definitely use support. My son is 5 and we have known he is allergic to peanuts since he was about 1. A few days ago, he ate two Reeces Pieces thinking they were M&...

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