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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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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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