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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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I was just wondering if there are any other names for peanuts that could be listed on labels that I should be looking for? Or do they have to use the word "peanut?" Thanks
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When our two PA kids were 2 1/2 they got a hold of older brothers PB sandwich had broke out n red splotches. Benedryl and a trip to ER to be safe. No epi given. Blood test and skin test positive...
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Hi, My introduction: I have had previous reactions to both peanuts and tree nuts. Any food that is made in the same facility as either of those I stared reacting to (g.i. and mouth feeling raw). I am...
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Does anybody know of any cookbooks that have recipes for food allergies of all kinds? I'm helping my friend make dinner for her family and they have a whole variety of different food allergies. Any...
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Our 21 month old son was just diagnosed with a severe PB allergy, after a sever attack where I eat PB cookies and kissed him. With this sort of reaction, it scares me to take him anywhere. I called...
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Next year I have the opportunity to travel to one of about fifteen different countries through a scholarship program and I would really like to go to Vietnam. I would be travelling with around 20...
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I have been doing some research on peanut desensitization / oral immunotherapy. I live in houston, tx and the nearest doctors i can find are in dallas, tx. Does anyone know if there are doctors that...
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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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