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I think I've started having a reaction to peanuts,Im atopic and already have other allergies mostly airborne stuff which gives me asthma as far as I know I have no food allergies. Whenever I eat a...
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Do you feel bad because your family and Spouce can't eat at many restaurants because Of your severe allergies, do they also complain?
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Hello, I am a first time writer on this site. My son, who is soon to be 8 had his first allergic reaction to peanut butter at the age of 18 months. His first reaction was hives. He has had one...
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Hi. This is nowhere near as severe as my peanut allergy but I have some crazy reaction to wooden ice cream sticks. Just looking at somebody with a wooden stick in there mouth or eating ice cream on...
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Hi, I have a 7-year-old son who has been diagnosed with PA at the age of 2.5. Although it's been hard to live with PA, we send our kid to a school who handles it well, eat mostly at home, etc. so we...
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So I've had severe panic disorder, depression, and ocd with health phobias since I was eight. Currently in between therapists (finding one this month), so I'm kind of on my own. I do have some...
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We moved into a new neighborhood last fall. We noticed all through the fall and winter that there were peanut shells all over the yard. We assumed a neighbor somewhere had a feeder and that it...
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I've had a very mild peanut allergy all my life and my last reaction was when I was 10 years old when I did a peanut challenge at the allergist. I got mild symptoms after about 30 minutes when I was...
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I have been away from this board for several years. My name is Andrea and I used to be known as LaurensMom. I couldn’t resurrect my old username so, now that Lauren is 18, I am now GrownUpLaurenMom (...
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Hello Everyone! My grandmother's church recently had an outing and a cookout and my grandmother always brings leftovers home. she brought Kroger brand Hamburger's buns. And I'm wondering if they're...
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CreaMy name is Kimberly and I am new to this site. I scrolled to see if any of the questions posted matched mine but I did not see anything. This may be long so please bare with me. My 16 year old...
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Hi! I am new to the group. My daughter has high anxiety (as does her sister, me etc). Does anyone have an allergen detection service dog? I would love to get more information. My husband of...
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Hello I'm new here, but looking for some answers.... Our youngest daughter and the one with a peanut/cashew allergy recently started kindergarten. Our oldest is in 4th grade at the same school, so...
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I'm new here and trying to figure out some test results for my 9 year old daughter. She has suffered for years from "constant" reflux/heartburn and occasional vomiting. When I took her to a new...
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My 5 yr old son was diagnosed with a PA when he was 1.5 years old. SInce that time, we have created a peanut-free home. His little sister (who is now almost 3) hasn't been exposed to any nuts because...
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I took my older son (5years old) for the food challenge at the hospital today (he had two reactions at 4 years old when he got a rash and puffy eyes after skin exposure to peanuts and was sick (no...
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My name is Donna, a grandmother raising her second grandchild. A letter sent home from school states that no peanuts or items related to or PEANUT BUTTER sandwiches are to be taken to school for...
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My 4 year old hates the taste of peanuts. He says that "his throat gets itchy" and it tastes terrible to him. In fact, he will spit anything out immediately if there is even a trace of peanuts in...
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It has been posted on this site that Benadryl can mask the symptoms of an anaphylactic reaction. This makes sense to me. If I give my PA son his asthma puffers when he's in anaphylactic shock...
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I'm still quite new to this site.. But I'm wondering if there are any safe Maple Syrup/Pancake/Waffle Syrups out there for a PA/TN Person. Do you just avoid them all or have a recipe to make some...

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