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My epipen has expired so I went to the pharmacy to have it refilled. Although my insurance doesn't cover prescriptions, I felt confident that it would not break the bank. After all, I had a coupon...
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Hello, My kid (4 yrs old) has peanut allergy and may have tree nut allergy. My doctor said the government (Canada) only allow him to do the blood test for the tree nut after he had some reaction from...
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Hi, Just wondering if anyone has a peanut allergy, and has eaten something with peanut flour listed as an ingredient and not had an allergic reaction?
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I am a mom with a 13 year old boy, who has had severe peanut/nut allergies since he was 2 years. We live in the desert where temperatures are easily over 100 degrees for several months, and take...
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I'm trying to gain information on: 1. How widespread is the reaction to airborne peanuts? 2. How serious is this reaction? 3. What measures are you taking to prevent airborne reactions? Any and all...
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We are planning a trip to NYC with my 8 year old son who has a peanut allergy. I am looking for some specific recommendations for restaurants, bakeries, etc. All help is appreciated! Thank you!
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I don't but I just heard from my sister that one of her friends does. Her child has a peanut allergy and she still eats peanut butter! I think we should not eat peanut products or have them in our...
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My daughter is in the second grade. Although she will be in a peanut free classrooom, the cafeteria will NOT be peanut free. In light of this, is it too much to ask the second graders to wash their...
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My multi food allergic child will be entering HS next year and I am being told that 504 plans generally do not exist in HS because the child is old enough to carry and self inject epinephrine at this...
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I am trying to find out how to get an item added to the allergen list of substances that manufacturers are required to list on their products, such as in food ingredient lists.
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Hi, My name is Michael and next month I'll be turning 21. Now obviously beer has very few ingredients unless you get into some of the more fancier brews. But my question is, is it safe to drink beer...
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Has anyone with PA or any of your children with PA actually reacted to licorice? I know that licorice is considered a legume, and can potentially cross-react, but I've also heard/read that only 10%...
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My sister's wedding in in one week, I am a bridesmaid, my husband was asked to be an alter boy. We have three children who were invited as well as long as we have a baby sitter with them. Our 1-year-...
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Hello, My 3 year old son has life threatening peanut allergies. I have a question for individuals like my son. I need help to understand his challenges and not only mine. What are some things your...
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Below is an email I sent to the Peanut Board. I thought it would be interesting for others on this site to have the answer to this, so I'm posting it. If anyone knows the answer, I would be most...
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My daughter was diagnosed with a PA at 20 months old. She is now 2 years old. We have not had an incidence since the initial reaction so I am not even sure that she would be able to tell me...
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My almost 3 year old has been scheduled for a peanut challenge. Current arah2 number has declined to .22 with past history of anaphylaxis. Does anyone know the number that determines if a patient...
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My son had an allergic reaction June 25, 2015 from Thomas Mini Bagles Plain. He started chocking, drooling, & wining. I gave him Benadryl & waited 5 mins. Then his lip started to swell &...
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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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Two days ago, I made a whitehouse.gov petition to require corporations to label for cross contamination. Since I've obtained 81 signatures from all over the country. Please sign and share with...
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