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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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hi guys! i havent posted on here in forever, but i have an (almost) 4 year old son. his history is this - i developed a mild to moderate reaction to peanut containing products while pregnant with my...
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Jacob who is my 5 year old with PA is very into basketball, we took him frequently to the college games before we moved...he was 3 almost 4 at the time and while sitting in the stands some college...
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My daughter was diagnosed 2 weeks ago with PA after having a reaction of bright red neck and face and tiny hives to a small bite of pb sandwich. Well fast forward to tonite with diner, i made a...
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Valentines day candies, the ones that come in the heart boxes? PA safe or no? I know its kind of rushing roulette with the flavors, but i havent encountered a peanut butter or peanut filled candy....
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I'm newly experiencing adult onset peanut allergy. I read the posts and see that many people have many allergys. What else might I be allergic to? Is there anything that goes hand in hand with peanut...
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Enter to win by Christmas Day at 10:00 p.m. MST! In honor of my 50th blog post, Thankful Thursday, and Christmas Eve, I am giving away a package full of peanut-free and tree-nut free products by...
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