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My 18 month old has broken out (not hives, but rash) after
My 18 month old has broken out (not hives, but rash) after eating the pre-packaged crackers with peanut butter in them. (Both the bright orange crackers and the wheat crackers). However, she has eaten plain peanuts a couple times, and once was given Skippy peanut butter and did not have a rash. What type of allergy/irration do you think this is? I'm confused at what causes her rash.
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