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Hello, I am very happy to have found this board. I'm 27 and I've been guilty of letting my allergy control my travel plans for too long. In deciding to finally step up and travel I am wondering about...
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Stems from my other ? I think (am re-thinking my stance on not giving food gifts just 'cus we can't have them - but very slowly re-thinking that and actually this *should* be placed in the other...
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I was just diagnosed with PA in August of 2005. Peanut products and peanut butter have always been one of my favorite things to eat. I was also diagnosed with Shellfish allergy in December of 2004,...
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Before beginning with my story and questions, I'd like to state, while I have heard, and generally welcome, suggestions towards my use of marijuana, it is [b]my[/b] lifestyle choice. Now, let us...
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My mom has this food strorage area in our basement. I went down to get a bag of chips and i saw trail mix. So i picked it up then remembered that they don't check the ingredients anymore so i read...
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Hi all, I am trying to gather information on economic costs of products for those with Anaphylaxis or serious allergies. If you could answer these 10 short questions, it would be a great help to me...
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My son, age 2, was just diagnosed with a peanut allergy. Since then, I have not been able to get out of this "funk." I just feel sad and overwhelmed. Every time I learn something new, I'm like "What...
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Hi, I just want to share our story about peanut oral immunotherapy that my severely allergic 6 year old son is undergoing. The reason for me writing this is the lack of information I was able to find...
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Hit home the other day how much of a handicap my PA is when the lady in front me at the check out had Honey Nut Cheerios and I realized that I wouldn't be able to touch my purchases until I wiped...
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I read the label on a can of Chek Kountry Mist (Winn Dixie brand soda) and found this listed as an ingredient. I had never heard of it before and became concerned about pn oil. I also found out...
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I'm 17 but I've never kissed because of pa worries. Now I've got a new boyfriend who I'd love to kiss but first I need to explain to him the dangers of my allergy. How long after him eating peanuts...
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When my son was first diagnosed with a peanut allergy I thought I would never eat out again, especially in fast food restaurants. Before doing any research, I remember being of the naive belief that...
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My daughter has a very high CAP RAST and recently had a reaction from ice cream which turned out to be on shared equipment and not stated, so she is very sensitive. She has a peanut free table at...
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Hey Everyone! Check out my new blog which features recipes that are peanut/tree nut/sesame seed free!! Feel free to comment and post your stories as well!! Enjoy! :) http://samanthablivingpeanutfree...
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I am looking for advice and suggestions on how to cope with recess time at my daughter's school. I hope to send her to public school next year (kindergarten), although I have significant enough...
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Hi Everyone! Hope all enjoyed the holiday. Recently our teen daughter went with other family members to Rita's Italian Ice before meeting with us for a family graduation. She and my niece decided...
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DS has a bracelet with a medical alert symbol on it and on the back it says peanut allergy / use epi pen / call 911. (he is 18mo old) and I was going to get him a real medic alert bracelet but my...
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Say a teenager (I say teenager because maybe he's tired of being different and wants to just ignore his symptoms because they're not usually that bad, or maybe he's depressed/angry and just doesn't...
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AARGH! I have triplet boys in kindergarten. We have them separated into two classrooms. My one son (non-PA) who is in his own class has a classmate with PA. He came home from school yesterday...
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On the second day of school (Friday), was the first birthday celebration in my son's class - naturally the whole class has to have cupcakes. The teacher told me to expect a cup cake celebration...
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