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Can you request a classroom to be nut free, obviously restarting a school to be is out of question I'm sure, but is it to much to request a classroom to be nut free? My son is a severe nut kids only...
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I'm trying to learn all I can since my 18mnth old was just diagnosed with a cat. 4 peanut allergy last month. Few questions if anyone could help: -Is it ok for him to eat peas, beans, and other...
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My son just started pre-k last week and is severely allergic to peanuts. We spoke with the principal about it who stated that there would be signs put up and that my son would be safe, which doesn'...
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My 9 year old son has a severe peanut/tree nut allergy. He is also highly allergic to eggs, dairy, wheat, oats, barley, rye, sesame, and garlic. He has successfully made it through preschool and...
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My 3 year old is allergic to peanuts, and he had experienced an anaphylaxis reaction to peanuts. As you can understand, I am very very worried. Do you know any allergist, who is updated with peanut...
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My 13 year old was diagnosed 1 year ago with PA. She has had between 8 and 10 severe anaphalaxis episodes in the past year which typically involve diarrhea and/or vomiting, swollen lips/tongue,...
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Hi, my 18 month old son just had a severe allergic reaction. At the babysitters he was given a peanut butter sandwich and he'd never had PB before. I was called to come get him from work as he had...
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my son starting using this a year ago an now he has a soy allergy so i wonder if i tried the sunflower if next year he will be allergic to that producr as well
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My 6 year old grandson has peanut and tree nut allergies and excema. Despite reading every label, this summer has been terrible for his skin. His excema and itching has flared to the point that he...
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I just wondered if any progress is bring made toward a treatment/"shot" etc for PA? My allergist had submitted my daughter with PA to a study group but we didn't meet one if the criteria, a boy from...
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My son is 10 and is allergic to peanuts and other tree nuts (pretty much everything but pecan) at varying levels. He was diagnosed at 5. He is also allergic to other things like beans and sesame....
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Hello, I'm going into my junior year in high school and its time for me to stock up on epi pens again. But I'm not sure whether I should stick with the old epi pen or switch to auvi-q. I was...
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I have a 14 year old with a severe peanut allergy who also happens to be autistic and non verbal as well ( yes, it sucks) my question is...he had his first reaction at 8 months old ( my fault, I was...
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Our recent trip to Universal Studios was very frustrating. Researching the park menu, etc. before going, I felt we could find something for my daughter to eat at the park. Before ordering food, I...
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One of my friends as two children, one with a peanut allergy and one without. She is having a very hard time because the one without the allergy loves peanut butter. Do you have any advice for how to...
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Hello! My child has a severe peanut allergy and will be in first grade in the fall. I was thinking for this upcoming school year that I could suggest to her first grade teacher to do an educational...
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My five year old has SEVERE peanut/tree nut allergies, allergies to milk, eggs, horses, cats, and who knows what else she is allergic to...we have been in and out of the allergist for years and the...
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My 6 year old daughter is highly allergic to peanuts and tree nuts and will be finishing kindergarten soon. Her school is not peanut free (which I have mixed feelings about but have come to terms...
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Hello All! I'm new to this site and also very new to the world of peanut allergies. I am a healthy 22 year old female and was recently diagnosed. I've had issues over the last 4 weeks with peanuts...
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Every week, PeanutAllergy.com will be answering one of the questions posed on the community board page. This week, we are responding to this post: "I am a 22 year old college student with a peanut...
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