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Hi everyone, I am new to this group. My son has been diagnosed with a peanut allergy. It has been really scary so far. We are moving to the west suburbs of Chicago and are looking for a new allergist...
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Hello, My son is almost 5 months old & he's been plagued with eczema since around 2 months old. It started at his scalp/face & has since spread to his entire body. He recently had a RAST (...
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My 6-year-old has eaten nuts of all types for years. Never had a rash or anything. She was recently eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich when she started to complain of her throat hurting and...
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Hi...you all are going to yell and throw things at me for this. I have a PA which could be life threatening. I haven't had a reaction for a long time (8-9 years) and haven't had an epi-pen for a...
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MY SON IS 6 YEARS OLD AND IM HAVING TROUBLE WITH THE SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION. THEY WILL NOT ACCOMADATE MY SON THAT HAS A PEANUT ALLERGY. IT IS SERVE THAT HE IS ANPHLAXS WITH IT.IM TIRED OF FIGHTING...
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My son tested positive for peanut allergy 2.5 years ago via a blood test. He had rashes on his face, swelling around his eyes and mouth; and he kept scratching his tongue, after eating one bite of...
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Hi. My son entering college this fall is lethally allergic to peanuts when consumed. We have already confirmed this through both tests and unfortunate experiences in the past where he had to be...
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My teenage daughter ate part of a friends peanut butter at school one day and told me she felt like her chest was tight after (has asthma) and that her mouth felt wierd, she did not feel well, and...
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I'm mostly looking for support or advice from others. We have 3 sons and 1 daughter and our third son (4 years old) was diagnosed with a mild peanut allergy at 1 year old. It has gotten increasingly...
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My daughter will be 1 year old in a couple of weeks. She has been exposed to and has eaten peanut butter a few times recently without any reaction whatsoever. (I have never personally given it to her...
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My son had IGE in 2007. His count was 430. Had one done this week. He just turned 14. His count was 540. His peanut allergy was .062 in 2007 and now it is 21. He rarely eats nuts, can't think of the...
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my son who is 16 months old, recently had a blood test at the gastroenterologist which accidentally discovered that he has what she referred to as a mild peanut allergy. Not knowing at all what this...
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Is anyone looking for an easy EpiPen carrier? I recently discovered a new EpiPen carrier called the epi-clip, it can be purchased at www.epi-clip.com it works great for my son when he is always on...
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i recently found out i was allergic to peanuts and tree nuts lately my face has had this horrible rash on it that is dry and itchy does anyone know what is a good way to get rid of it?
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I am the mother of a 3 year old baby girl with a peanut allergy. We found out the hard way on Christmas Eve and had to spend the night in the hospital. Since this is all so new to me I was wondering...
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Greetings - Last week, our headstrong 16-year-old son had a run-in with a cookie containing peanuts. It was the first such incident in ~8 years. Fortunately, he was able to get to his EpiPen and...
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I'm curious how many of you with PA or kids with PA avoid all legumes. We do not avoid all legumes - just the items to which dd is allergic. I know someone who does this because her doctor told her...
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Good evening. I am new to this site and hopefully I can have some questions answered. My 7 yo daughter has a peanut allergy - she had an anaphylactic reaction when she was 3 after ingesting 2...
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I am new on here and am truly grateful to you all for being a resource. Without what I have read on this website so far, I would know pretty much nothing. Last week my 14 month old son ate some...

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