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Recently found out 7 year old daughter is allergic to apple, peanut and some tree nuts. Total shock as she has never had a reaction to peanut. She is a high class three (16.something). So wondering...
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My 1 yr old just had the skin test done for possible allergies. We suspected peanuts, and he scored an 11 out of 45 they said. She said avoid contact and ingesting, but that it was okay for the...
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Hi, I'm new to the food allergy thing, and my toddler son has PA. I'm going to try medical alert temporary tattoos, instead of jewelery. I'm just wondering if anyone else has tried them, and any...
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We will be traveling by car from the mid-west to Yellowstone and nearby attractions. We've purchased a travel grill and have booked most accommodations with micro/frigde or kitchenette, in larger...
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My oldest daughter (not allergic) got chicken nuggets from Chick-Fil-A. I was shocked to see the side panel of the nuggets state that they are cooked in 100% refined peanut oil. I checked their...
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Do people have to stay away from them if they eat peanuts? For how long?
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Does anyone know of a safe coffee for people with peanut/tree nut allergies? I've been emailing coffee manufacturers and while many of them have said their facilities are nut-free, some of them have...
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Has anyone had a reaction to sunscreen, lip balm, or any other item that is applied to the skin? I am most concerned about lip balm because it could obviously be ingested. Badger talks about the...
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Has anyone had a reaction to sunscreen, lip balm, or any other item that is applies to the skin? I am most concerned about lip balm because it could obviously be ingested. Badger talks about the...
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I know that this is way far in advance, but I want to prepare for it now. Easter is coming up (in April) and I was wondering how we can keep it peanut-free. Are there candies to eat or avoid? What...
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Does anyone have advice about how best to store an Epi-Pen while outdoors? I'm wondering about spending a day at the beach. From what I've found at the Epi-Pen site, the pen should be kept in heat no...
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If peanuts or a peanut product got on your iPhone, iPad, or smartphone screen or cover, what is the best way to handle it? Apple says not to use Windex or any household or glass cleaner. I can't be...
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What do all of you do while visiting a water parks? I have been trying to find a small waterproof container to carry the Epi in while at a water park. In the past we have just taken turns holding...
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My PA daughter is to receive her first Holy Communion (Catholic) next month. We are concerned about potential cross contamination. What are reasonable accommodations to ask for?
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Has anyone had a reaction to banquet chicken products. My daughter had a severe anaphalatic reaction to banquet chicken nuggets. I was wondering if anyone else has ever had one or know of anyone who...
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My oldest is allergic to nuts, and we are a nut-free home. My younger children have not been introduced to nuts because I can't figure out a safe way to do so that won't risk accidental exposure to...
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I posted a request the other day for you to participate in a market survey for a potential device to test for peanuts in food at home, at a friends house, etc. To date, I've had zero response,...
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Hi. Does anyone have advice about how best to store an epi-pen when outdoors in the summer? If you go to the beach, what is the best way to keep it at the appropriate temperature? Thanks!
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Is anyone dealing with oral allergy syndrome? I had a reaction to peanut butter (I'm in my 40s and have eaten it all my life) and then also to an orange, a tomato and a bell pepper. I'm waiting on...
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My son had a reaction to peanut butter when he was 1yr. Allergist drew blood and tested which he as at a 9. He is now almost 4 and we just had him retested (blood test) and he is now at 14. We always...

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