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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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We need your feelings on what it is like to live with peanut allergy. We need to know how much stress you feel, how you cope with it, your frustrations and what they come from etc. If you can write...
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My 21 month old son is peanut/egg allergic. I feel confident my husband and I will be able to recognize and treat an anaphylactic reaction. I taught ALL of this caregivers at daycare the same.(FAN...
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Well, we survived our 9-day trip to Disney and got back this past Friday night. It was relatively easy to feed my peanut/egg allergic son during the trip; however, nothing is perfect. On a scale of...
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I am very new to the world of being a mother of a peanut allergic child and the sight of the Epi-Pen still makes me shiver. But my question to all you parents who have had to actually administer...
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Hi everyone! We're vacationing next week in Disney World with my 4 1/2 year old peanut allergic daughter. I tried calling the main number for Disney, and didn't get much cooperation. I told her...
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I just discovered your group today -- what an invaluable resource for people like me with severe peanut allergies. About 3 years ago, I suffered a near fatal allergic reaction (anaphalaxysis) after...
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I had to post this after returning from my support group last night. We were discussing how compassionate children can be. One mother said her eldest daughter(with no allergies) was at a birthday...
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As I'm pulling out all my pots and pans to prepare for Easter, I found an appliance I used to use frequently -- the toaster. My son was first diagnosed with an egg allergy at age one. I remember...
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We received this request for help: >>>I am trying to implement a peanut-free zone in our facility (Fitness Centre) because one of my lifeguards is severely allergic to peanuts. I need to...
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I need some help here. I need someone to help put this in perspective for me as I always tend to over react. I live in NJ and my whole family is in NH. I grew up there. I have two sisters. I...
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My husband and I are confused on just what all a peanut allergy entails. Does this include coconuts? What about other types of nuts? Also, how can you tell how bad a reaction may be when your child...
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Hi All! As you may know, I am fairly new. I was hoping that someone may be able to give me some suggestions. I would like some ideas for an alternative to candy in the Easter Basket, and I would...
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Hello, I
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I have been dealing with this allergy for only a couple of months now, so I know I am on the extreme side when it comes to protecting my daughter. I am trying to find that balance so she has some...
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my 3 year old son had a severe reaction after a very good friend who was watching him took my son someplace i asked her not to,then lied about his reaction. luckily i was suspicious of her...
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Hi ~ Yet one more place for me to be on the lookout. Families have been bringing in cheerios, pretzels and crackers in for their toddlers during mass. I'm sure it's just a matter of time before we...
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i've been thinking about what you've said and she is a very irresponsible person i don't know why i thought this situation would be different. live (thank God) and learn. you all have given me great...
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Hi everyone ~ My son is 4 1/2 and he's starting to notice upcoming movies promoted on TV for the theater. I haven't taken him to the theater in a couple of years and can't imagine how I'd ever keep...
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Hi everyone~ I avoid using nutmeg in my baking. Does anyone have any information on whether it's actually considered a nut? The dictionary just refers nutmeg as the aromatic seed of an East Indian...

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