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Hi! I'm new to this board, but I've taken everthing to heart. My 4 yr old has PA, and is pre-school. The director of the school has been doing her homework on PA, and had a great idea. She...
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Well, my son (almost 5) is severely allergic to peanuts and has had 3 reactions over the past 4 years. The more I learn, the more I fear. The more I learn, the more I feel disgusted with others who...
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Hi! I have adult onset PA and asthma--what fun*&*%$#$%/! I was diagnosed about six years ago when I suddenly had laryngeal edema (throat swelling)and difficulty breathing after eating peanut...
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Hi..My 26 month old Brady was just diagnosed with a peanut allergy, and is also allergic to dairy. I am having a really hard time finding snacks for her that are both diary and peanut free. We are...
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I sadly have to admit that my son had a reaction last night characterized by violent sneezing and vomiting, and more sadly, I did not administer the epi. I always thought that it would be easy for...
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Just last night I looked up peanut allergy and found this website. We found out my 6 year old daughter was allergic to peanut products when she was 18 months old and touched a peanut butter...
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My daughter is 8 months old and breastfed. I know not to feed her allergenic foods for another year or so and obviously no peanuts (she reacted to me eating a PBJ sandwhich). We live 2 hours away...
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Hi everyone! I'm new to the boards and have a question. (I have 3 1/2 year old fraternal twins - boy/girl. BOTH are peanut allergic, diagnosed in 3/98 after tasting a pb&j sandwich). This...
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I've been looking at these boards for a while now without posting very much, but now that I've read most of the messages, there's something I have to say. I read messages from kids/parents, talking...
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Just a reminder when you are out shopping with your PA kid: Watch out for food residue on the handle bar of the shopping trolley. I had Liam, my almost 4 year old, in the front section of the...
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This week has been just so horrible. I have actually considered not taking Sean anywhere. This week I took him to my 2 older childrens sports practice and he picked up a chocolate bar wrapper and...
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My neice lives in Brandon, FL (Near Tampa). She has recently started first grade in a Public School. When my sister explained to her daughters teacher how severe Jordyn's allergies were he stated,"It...
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Today I dropped off my just-turned 4 year old at his new Jr. Kindergarten class. The teacher, school and bus company have all been great, but I still can't seem to shake those butterflies in my...
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To our astonishment we recently found out that Chick-Fil-A uses peanut oil in deep frying their breaded chicken and chicken nuggets. Our son who is extremely allergic has eaten the chicken nuggets...
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Last year, I was prescribed an antibiotic for a urinary tract infection--no big deal right? The pharmacist happened to enclose the sheet of info. that came with the med (the one people usually don't...
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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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