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My son is 5 with a severe peanut + other nut allergy and we've been aware of his peanut allergy since he was <2 years old. His CAP RAST score is 176. We have been very careful about what he eats...
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My son had hives, itching eyes and swollen lips as soon I give him an allergy medicine he fine dancing playing by an hour everything symptoms went down and 2 hours all is gone, my quetion is do I...
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My son was diagnosed with a peanut allergy at 15 months. His bloodwork indicated 10.5 which placed him at a level 3. He just went back at 2.5 year old check up..repeat bloodwork indicated his numbers...
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Is there any research out there showing a link between peanut allergy and allergy to other legumes? Or: does anyone know what percentage of people allergic to peanuts are also allergic to other...
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I've had a peanut allergy since I can remember but have never had a very bad reaction. The most extreme reaction has been a swollen eye, still not sure how that happened, but usually I only get a few...
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My family recently took a flight from Los Angeles to Oakland,Ca. The flight crew assured me that the flight did not include food service because the flight time was less than 1 hour. Ten minutes...
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I have 2 children already, my oldest does not have any food allergies where my youngest son has a severe peanut allergy. I recently have been going back and forth about having another child. My body...
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I read the list of safe candy given on this site. I was about to buy my son Hershey's plain chocolate personal size bars. Good thing I read the label. It says that it is processed on the SAME...
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For those with a PA child , did you breastfeed or formula feed or combination? For all, when did you first introduce solids? When did you introduce peanuts? Im so curious! Some sites are saying...
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My Family and I are moving to northeast,FL. Saint Johns County. My PN allergy daughter will be starting Kindergarten. Does anyone live in the area and can advise us on their policy regarding...
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We know that many of you are looking for PA-friendly snacks for your kids. If you sign up to receive our weekly newsletters you will get a PA-Friendly Snacks flyer in addition to news, advice, and...
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A research team at the University of Illinois has found a way to use a smart phone coupled with a small set of optical components to detect toxins, proteins, bacteria, viruses and other molecules....
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1st time poster, longtime mom with allergic kids. I need advice please! My 15 year old is in independent study high school because of managing many allergies. Airborne peanuts, fragrances and...
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I am new to caring for a newly diagnosed PA child. I just read a recent post from a parent complaining that her child cannot bring a PB sandwich to school just because of one PA child. The thread...
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I have a severe peanut allergy, so my family has given up eating any peanut products. I send my kids to school with almond butter or sunbutter sandwiches. My daughter brought home her sunbutter...
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Another cyberbullying Tweet I ran across and wish to share with you: "I'm going as a peanut allergy for Halloween." https://twitter.com/innakhandaker/status/380169089865359360 I find it disrespectful...
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What have others experiences been with Rice Dream milk as far as for being used as a milk substitute for peanut and treenut allergic kiddos? Is it safe?
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Hi, my son was diagnosed with a peanut allergy. He had one since he was 1 and outgrew it at age 3. He has been eating peanut butter regularly till about 6 months ago when he reacted to a new jar of...
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My son has a peanut and tree nut allergy. He will be playing the viola this fall. When reading, the information sheet I noted that the bow has to be rubbed with " wood rosin". When looking up rosin...
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Hi! Wondering if you could help me...In a few weeks, my husband and I are taking our 2year old peanut/tree nut allergic daughter on a Disney Cruise. As it is getting closer, I am getting more anxious...
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